FOOD FUN: Easter Egg Cheese Plate

We can always rely on DiBruno Bros. in Philadelphia for the best specialty foods—and creative ways to use them. For Easter, they’ve used Easter egg cookie cutters (photo #2) to create an Easter cheese plate (photo #1). The semi-hard cheese group includes young Asiago, Cheddar, Colby, Edam, Fontinella, Gouda, Manchego, Provolone (photo #1) and Queso…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Seacuterie

Every foodie knows charcuterie: meats crafted into pâtés, rillettes sausages, terrines and more. In the U.S., it is served as a first course and often appears on appetizer boards alongside cheeses and cold cuts. But whether for palate preference, avoidance of so much animal fat or pescatarianism, a new trend is redefining charcuterie: seacuterie, an…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Carve Some Halloween Cheese

A few days ago we recommended cheeses to create a beautiful Halloween-themed cheese plate, featuring artisan cheeses. But not everybody likes fancy cheeses, or has the budget to purchase them. So here’s Plan B: Halloween cheese fun that anyone can afford.   JACK O’LANTERN CHEESE BALL Make your favorite cheese ball recipe and turn it…
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