'gouda' on Serious Eats

Sunday Supper: Short Rib, Caramelized Onion, and Gouda Grilled Cheese

This insanely delicious sandwich requires a little more prep work than most but it is absolutely worth it: Filled with juicy, shredded beef short rib, sweet and tender caramelized onions, melted Gouda cheese, and a sharp mustard sauce, then tucked into griddled marbled rye bread, they're far more than just an easy snack. This is an indulgent meal unto itself. More

Daily Slice: Margherita Pizza at Il Forno Pizzeria, Willemstad, Curaçao

In Willemstad, Curaçao, Il Forno Pizzeria's take on Margherita pizza is influenced by the colonial legacy of the Netherlands Antilles. On this Dutch Caribbean island, "cheese" is synonymous with "Gouda"--an enticing fusion that rescues this pie. Its tart but indistinct tomato sauce keeps the crust moist as the gooey mozzarella and sharp Gouda mingle into a surprisingly delightful bite. More

Learning About Cheesemaking and Raw Milk from Two Dairymen in Alabama

I'll be honest, before I talked to David Wright and Corey Hinkel, I would have bet my life that you couldn't find something like the artisan dairy operation they run in a place like Northeast Alabama. But a conversation last week with the duo shattered my Northerner-biased expectations and has given me a mind to visit the Heart of Dixie. They're churning out Gouda, Cheddar, Abodance, and an Asiago cheese they call Wanda. More

The World's Largest Cheese Wheel

I'd heard that the World's Largest Wheel of Cheese was going to be on display at Grand Central Station here in New York but decided I was too buzy/lazy to go check it out myself, but my friend Ranjit went yesterday and took this photo. The 1,323 pound wheel is a Gouda made by Beemster in the Netherlands last July and its trip to New York was sponsored by local heroes Murray's Cheese. It looks fantastic and Ranjit said Beemster's cheese is delicious (he had a slice from a smaller wheel) but I have to admit I'm kind of disappointed by the size of it. A six foot wide cheese is not something to sneer at, to be sure,... More

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