bedford cheese shop
We asked a few of our chef friends to reinterpret game-day party snacks from wings to sliders.
I recently found myself in a small Basque village that felt like a cross between a sedated attraction at Disneyland and a really intense acid trip at a county fair, but the cheese was some of the best I've tasted.
What started off as a food fair of sorts way back in the early 1900s—when exotic ingredients such as tiger and elephant were presented to the masses of newly “gourmet”-minded consumers—has devolved into a full-on circle jerk of industry folks flaunting...
Sure, there might be nothing as good and nostalgic as a rubbery slice of Kraft American Singles (seriously, no judgment here), but let's talk about upping the game a little, shall we? Let's talk about the blue cheese burger.
Translating to “buttery” in Italiano, burrata is a gooey, buttery mess of a cheese that will leave you feeling like a quivering virgin who just got impaled by a young Brando.
With the arrival of warm weather comes booty shorts, Wayfarers, and rosé. And nothing pairs better with a glass of pink wine than some sunshine and a wedge of cheese.
A victim of industrialization and pasteurization, Stilton is no longer the amazing blue cheese it once was. Luckily, however, an American and a Brit got together and decided to revive this traditional cheese, and the Stichelton was born.
Dealing with family during the holidays can make a rather rational person act like an excited 12-year-old. That's why we need affineurs—the grandparents of the cheese world—who have the wisdom to set us straight.