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Underrated Cheese

In Staff Picks On April 8, 2013 0 Comments

By: Lauren McDowell Many people visit the world famous Murray’s cheese counter to taste something they’ve never tasted before, or to pick up something undiscovered by most. Here are… Read More

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We Love It: Goat Cheese 10 Ways

In Cheesy Recipes, Perfect Pairings On April 4, 2013 0 Comments

  Goat cheese is known for its bright, fresh, and lemony flavors. During the winter I stick to stronger washed rind and Alpine style cheese, but as spring… Read More

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The Story of Torus, Our Newest Cavemaster Reserve Cheese

In Cheese 101, Curd on the Street, Meet the Maker On December 20, 2012 0 Comments

by Adeline Druart, Master Cheesemaker & Operations Manager at Vermont Butter & Cheese Company   At Vermont Creamery we are known for making the best fresh and aged… Read More

So You Want to Be a Cheese Whiz…Without Eating Cheez Whiz

In Staff Picks On June 25, 2012 0 Comments

As Murray’s Bleecker Street store’s newest cheesemonger, I know that cheese can be a little intimidating—particularly when you’re staring at over 350 in our cheese case! The fact… Read More

Azure Skies and Snowy-white Rinds

In Perfect Pairings, Staff Picks On May 18, 2012 0 Comments

by Caitlin Griffith At your next party – perhaps even celebrating the warm weather streak that we hope is here to stay – you absolutely need to serve… Read More

Prairie Fruits Angel Food: A Taste of Heaven on Earth (Day)

In Staff Picks On April 17, 2012 1 Comment

Robin Minkoff tells us why Prairie Fruits Farm makes the perfect cheese for Earth Day. Back-to-the-landers Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband started Prairie Fruits Farm in Champaign Urbana,… Read More

Goat Cheese and Beer: Holler Bock at Me

In Perfect Pairings, Staff Picks On April 16, 2012 0 Comments

by Kevin Brooks Bock beers: Big, sweet, malty, rib-sticking beers that were originally made to wrap up the brewing season. The name comes from the town of their… Read More

Meet A Monger Monday: Robin Minkoff

In Staff Picks On April 9, 2012 1 Comment

Cheesemonger: World’s #1 Best, #2 Noblest Profession Robin H. Minkoff When I tell people I’m a cheesemonger, they either say, “That’s awesome!” or “Do you like that?”  People… Read More

Spring Recipe Idea: Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Goat Cheese & Almonds

In Cheesy Recipes On March 30, 2012 0 Comments

Just in time for Easter brunch – an easy and delicious recipe. Bacon wrapped anything is just plain good. Wrap bacon around a scallop and you have an… Read More

Reinventing the Wheel: American Mountain Cheeses

In Curd on the Street On January 24, 2012 0 Comments

The mountains of the Northeast may not approach the altitudes of the Alps or Pyrenees, but cheeses crafted in the nooks, crannies, and foothills of the Green Mountains… Read More