Little Something to Refresh Your Hot, Sweaty Body
That crusty baguette is brimming with cake-y chèvre,
silky prosciutto, spicy mustard, and softened butter.
Bring this sultry sammy to work and have an afternoon delight,
or take her on a picnic for a little outdoor seduction.
Wherever you take her, she’s sure to satisfy your beastly cravings.
Grayson from Meadow Creek Dairy
La Tur is an Italian robiola-style of cheese that looks like a cupcake.
It’s blessed with a captivating mix of textures: the center is dense and cakey,
cushioned by a layer of frosting-like ooze and a pillowy-rind.
It’s a total butterball with enough complexity
to keep you constantly yearning for another lick.
Gjetost (yeh-toast) is a traditional brown cheese from Norway that tastes a lot
like butterscotch and sticks to the roof of your mouth like peanut butter.
It’s not fancy, it doesn’t have mold, and it’s not even really cheese –
but It’s damned delicious….
I love cheesecake. But sometimes I want a little
something more than basic cream-cheese filling.
I’m always craving that real, salty, cheesy flavor.
Goat cheese brings the complexity that too many cheesecakes lack.
It’s tangier, lighter, and less sweet, especially when perfumed with lemon zest and vanilla,
which really highlight that fresh, cheesy flavor.
This is the only holiday appetizer recipe you need:
sweet dates stuffed with Montchevre truffle goat cheese and
cloaked in bacon, juicy with smoky, porky fat.
Not only will they overshadow all of the other Thanksgiving foods,
but they’ll also make everyone feel a little more grateful.
Let’s talk about easy, cheesy skillet meals you can make in under an hour.
The kind that rewards you with cheesy, stick-to-the-ribs comfort.
The kind of dish you don’t have to babysit.
This cheesy skillet potato gratin is all that.
It’s one of the best things I’ve ever made;
just sliced potatoes, bubbling with butter and cream, and
crowned with Truffle Tremor from Cypress Grove.
Yeah, it’s all about this truffled cheese.
It’s late October, the Halloween decorations
are up, and I’m craving a spooky potion.
Enter the Witch’s Flight, a spellbinding spin on the classic Aviation cocktail:
gin perfumed by lemon, violet, and maraschino liqueur,
all kissed by the green fairy.
It’s a bright, refreshing concoction with a ghoulish glow,
conjured up to pair with Purple Haze from Cypress Grove.
Herbaceous and citrusy gin cocktails play so well with fresh goat cheese.
But this combination is particularly bewitching.