TIP OF THE DAY: Halloween Cheeses For True Cheese Lovers

[1] This gouda from Basiron in Holland is infused with pesto. Get it at iGourmet (photo © iGourmet). [2] Coupole, from Vermont Creamery, is one of our favorite goat cheeses. The brain-like surface is caused by Geotrichum candidum, a fungus that colonizes nearly all fungal surface-ripened cheeses during the early stages of ripening. Here’s more…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Try A New Cheese (How About Crescenza?)

If you’re a true cheese lover, you know that there are “so many cheeses, so little time.” But we can cut down on the list a bit, because it’s National American Cheese Month. The American Cheese Society says that, “American Cheese Month is a celebration of North America’s delicious and diverse cheeses, and the farmers,…
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FOOD FUN & FOOD ART: New Boursin Fig & Balsamic Spreadable Cheese

[1] Boursin’s fall flavor, Fig Balsamic, makes a beautiful center for a snack plate with black mission figs and brown turkey figs (both photos © Gournay Cheese). [2] There’s a lot of flavor in each little carton. [3] You can make a Boursin-like spread from cream cheese. Here’s the recipe from Food.com (photo © Diana…
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