The Marilyn Monroe of Mozzarella
burrata has summer lovin’ written all over her.
Simply a ball of mozzarella stuffed with cream-soaked mozzarella shreds,
she’s so voluptuous that her name means “buttered” in Italian.
Don’t let this happen to you. If you know these 5 cheese types you’ll be able to describe any cheese you’ve had You’ll also know what kind of cheese you like most. Even if you 🖤 all of them, this’ll come in handy when you’re trying to buy cheese.
Nearly any cheese fits into these 5 simple categories: fresh, bloomy, washed, aged, and blue.
Sweet, fluffy ricotta—is there any cheese more fit for the heat of summer?
It’s refreshing and makes the perfect bed for summer produce, like plump raspberries, sweet peas, or sautéed greens.
It’s also delicious in dumplings, pancakes, and cheesecake too.
So many of my favorite foods are at the peak of their season right now, including juicy heirloom tomatoes. Sure, you can enjoy all of these in a salad with nothing but a drizzle of good olive oil and a sprinkling of salt and pepper and it will be delicious. But to take full advantage of these sweet, acidic jewels of summer with something fresh and creamy,