101 Series: How to Use Mostardas

It’s not a mustard and not a jam! So then what is it?? Mostardas are a Northern Italian condiment, combining the best of two worlds—candied fruit and mustard flavored syrup, to create a mouthwatering and versatile additions to your next recipes or cheese plates. Although the existence of mustard is slight in this prominently sweet


Your Weekly Cheese Bites! — Cheese News Roundup

1. For the love of ham! This year upheld the fairly new tradition of Ham Independence Week, which was originally established by La Quercia—an award-winning Iowan charcutier. The week was dedicated everything ham and “celebrating American prosciutto in all its glory”. Our team joined the festivities with a With discount prosciutto, educational seminars AND special tastings,

Cheese Education

New! — Cheese Education Class in Ardmore

Turn your cheese education up a notch! Enjoy our first-ever education class offered here at our Ardmore location—forever expand your cheese horizons. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS! Our education series is kicking off with our first class in the Ardmore Farmers Market on August 11 from 6:30PM — 8PM with our Certified Cheese Professionals (CCP). Our Ardmore

Cheese Pops

3 Cheese Pops for Your Next Picnic

Yes, you read that right. Cheese pops! Stick those pairings on a stick. Amp up your next picnic with these delicious bites. The Italian Classic Pop on roasted tomatoes, slather on speck, spear some mozzarella, and top with dollops of fresh pesto! And BOOM. The Baby Caprese Caprese salad on-the-go! Plop a cherry tomato and a piece of

Real Vegan Cheese

Your Cheesiest News of the Week! — Cheese News Roundup

Main photo credit: Cody Pickens for WIRED 1. Vegan cheese? That’s right, Counter Culture Labs, a bio-hacking organization in Oakland, CA, is working on modifying mail-order DNA to trick yeast cells into producing substances which are almost identical to milk! They’re working on making vegan cheese taste exactly like the real thing. So far the


Extra, Extra! Cheese All About It! – Cheese News Roundup

Here’s a selection of recent happenings that we’ve handpicked for you this week. Stay tuned for more enlightening cheese news! 1. Parmigiano is used as collateral for banking in Italy. Yes, you read that correctly! The Italian regional bank, Credito Emiliano takes Parmigiano as collateral for loans. They’ve been helping finance cheesemakers since the recession


Our 6 Favorite Philly Picnic Destinations

Putting to work our 75 years of eating around this city to list some of the best Philly places to spread a blanket. 1. The Azalea Garden Kelly Drive & Fairmount Ave. Photo credit: After you run up the Art Museum steps Rocky-style, catch your breath and explore the beautiful four acres of pretty fields

CMI Day Two

Cheese Champs at Cheesemonger Invitational 2015!

Main photo credit: Cheesemonger Invitational Amazing job to all our mongers who traveled to New York for the Cheesemonger Invitational 2015:  Tommy A., Ann C., Malachy E., and Leslie U.! Malachy and Leslie placed in the Top 10, and Leslie won second place. Congrats to everyone and thank you for your hard work and for

Mahjoub olive harvest

Meet the Maker: Les Moulins Mahjoub

Les Moulins Mahjoub is a family-owned company in Tebouba—a fertile region of Tunisia with a long and ancient history of agriculture and food production. They grow certified organic olives and other produce, from which they make outstanding oils and condiments. With over 100 years of experience in agriculture, the family have chosen to focus on

Photo credit: Assiettes Gourmande

Go On A Cheese Journey with Us!

Join our very own Emilio Mignucci and House of Cheese: A Guide to Wedges, Recipes, and Pairings author, Tenaya Darlington (aka Madame Fromage) on an epic Cheese Journey to the United Kingdom! Spend eight nights in the beautiful United Kingdom where cheese classes and tours will be held by Emilio and Tenaya. This fall, join