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Eat This Cheese: Delice d'Argental

Serious Cheese Stephanie Stiavetti 5 comments

Tasting notes on what might be the most luxurious cow's milk cheese on the planet. More

Funkadelic Cheeses: The Source of the Smell

Serious Cheese Stephanie Stiavetti 14 comments

There's a good reason for soldiering right past a cheese's pungent smell: stinky cheeses are freaking delicious. More

Eat this Cheese: Le Jeune Autize, Goat's Milk Morbier

Serious Cheese Stephanie Stiavetti 1 comment

Le Jeune Autize, a goat's milk morbier, is a lovely, less-funky version of its cow's milk cousin. More

Eat This Cheese: Coach Farms Triple Cream Goat Cheese

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There are other triple cream goat cheeses on the market, but Coach Farm's Triple Cream is one variety well worth begging your local cheesemonger to order. Like, right now. More

Eat This Cheese: Délice de Bourgogne

Serious Cheese Stephanie Stiavetti 10 comments

If you're a fan of rich, plush cheeses, I have three words for you: Délice de Bourgogne. Produced in Burgundy, this fine French cheese has a handful of exciting flavors hiding beneath its bloomy rind: salty, sour, and tart, with an intoxicating sweetness that wraps the whole thing together. More

Eat This Cheese: Lille' Coulommiers

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Lille' Coulommiers is a delightful silky treat, one that both cheese newbies and more advanced lovers of the cream will enjoy. Artful simplicity and a whole lot of velvet. More

Eat This Cheese: Murcia Curado's Naked Goat

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This little goat cheese, a firm, oily variety that many might pass off as sheep's milk at first glance, is surprisingly un-goat-like. Firm like Pecorino, oily like Manchego, and buttery like Fontina, Naked Goat is an enigmatic treat. More

Eat This Cheese: Bonne Bouche

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Bonne Bouche is an intriguing goat cheese. It is so many things: creamy, rich, buttery, salty, mushroomy, peppery, sour, and nestled in a wooden crate. More

Eat This Cheese: St. Marcellin

Serious Cheese Stephanie Stiavetti 10 comments

St. Marcellin is a ridiculously creamy treat that comes in its own little ceramic pot. Pop it in the oven for a decadent experience—really, you need to try this cheese. More

Eat This Cheese: Andante's Metronome Is a Mixed-Milk Splendor

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Metronome, from Andante Dairy in Petaluma, California, is a celebration of mixed-milk flavor in a traditional goat cheese shape. More

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