culture: the word on cheese

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Everything you need for the perfect pizza at home.

Read more: 6 Tools for Making Pizza on Food52

No need for take-out pizza!

Some white Bordeaux is being tasted in our office today. #tastingtuesday #5oclocksomewhere

Burrata is Italian for “buttered.”

Tavoliere is a semi-firm cheese aged for 45 days and rubbed with tomato sauce and extra-virgin olive oil, made in the Veneto region of Italy. Read more here!

Guernsey Cows are known for their rich milk and sunny dispositions. The Guernsey was introduced to America in the 1830s, when a captain from Boston imported two heifers and a bull to his brother’s farm in New Hampshire. Today there are nearly 50,000 Guernseys in the United States. Read more here!

Say Cheese!

from Etsy

Triple cream cheeses must have a butterfat content of 75% or higher.

Cheese Plate: Habit-Forming

If you’re a newbie to artisan cheeses, try these suggestions for easy to love cheeses. Get the recipe!

A cheese cave is a temperature-controlled space that provides an optimum environment for cheese storage and ripening.