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Run, Cheese Boy, Run!

In Curd on the Street, Staff Picks On July 5, 2011 3 Comments

By Steve Millard As the Store Director of our Greenwich Village shop, I get asked lots of questions every day.  Questions like “Do you have any raw milk… Read More

I Fell In Love With Goat Cheese at Prairie Fruits Farm

In Curd on the Street On June 27, 2011 0 Comments

… and now you can, too! By Deena Siegelbaum     I came to work at Murray’s Cheese because of my love for slow food – and my… Read More

What’s in a Name? Pawlet from Consider Bardwell

In Curd on the Street On June 24, 2011 0 Comments

By Robert S     Rupert isn’t the only cheese from Consider Bardwell that’s creating buzz around Murray’s.  The recent arrival of Pawlet has our mongers going crazy! … Read More

NEW CHEESE ON THE BLOCK: RUPERT!

In Curd on the Street On June 13, 2011 3 Comments

by Sydney Willcox, head monger at Murray’s Cheese West Village Everyone is talking about Rupert! Rupert has just arrived at our shop and is causing a lot of… Read More

New Cheese! Bossa from Green Dirt Farm

In Curd on the Street On June 3, 2011 0 Comments

By James Fairbrother James is a summer intern at Murray’s who’ll be regularly entertaining you with cheesy tidbits all summer long. When he’s not tasting new cheeses, he… Read More

Kidding Season: Why now is the time for fresh goat cheese

In Cheese 101, Curd on the Street On April 25, 2011 1 Comment

by Grace Mitchell We all know it because of our own human experience:  animals only produce milk after they give birth to their young.  It’s easy, however, to… Read More

The Brie Syndrome

In Cheese 101, Curd on the Street On April 6, 2011 0 Comments

by Rob Kaufelt Brie is in the air, or at least in the news - see The New York Times.  What is old is new again this spring, in… Read More

Going underground

In Cheese 101, Curd on the Street On April 4, 2011 0 Comments

By Sascha Ingram In case you hadn’t noticed, cheese people tend to get pretty passionate, verging on fanatical, about their cheese.  The next time you ask your cheesemonger… Read More

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A Tale of Two Piggies: The Heritage Difference

In Curd on the Street On March 25, 2011 3 Comments

by Louise Geller If like me, you grew up finding pork largely unimpressive, it’s time to take a second look at what it was meant to be. In… Read More

This March we’re mad for…Oma

In Cheese 101, Curd on the Street On March 1, 2011 0 Comments

By Liz Thorpe In the summer of 2009 I finally found Waitsfield, Vermont and the meandering driveway that led to the Von Trapp dairy farm. That was after… Read More