Posted on June 22, 2017
Obviously, Swiss cheese came from Switzerland. However, it was American cheesemakers who modernized Swiss production by creating plastic packaging that made it possible to produce rindless Swiss cheese in blocks.
Posted on June 15, 2017
Havarti was first made popular in Denmark, although many Wisconsin cheesemakers produce a similar cheese that is firmer in texture and more buttery in flavor, thus creating the Havarti we love.
Posted on June 2, 2017
In Preparation for #NationalCheeseDay: A Cheese-Inspired Road Trip
In preparation for #NationalCheeseDay on June 6, we compiled a list of the best places to see, eat and learn about cheese all across the US. So grab your maps (or GPS, or imagination) and let’s hit the road!
Posted on May 29, 2017
Limburger was first produced and sold in Belgium (Limburg, to be specific,) but was later naturalized by the Germans, who became the sole producers of the cheese in Europe. Today, Chalet Cheese in Monroe, Wisconsin is the only plant in the United States to produce surface-ripened limburger.
Posted on May 10, 2017
Our Love for Wisconsin Cheese’s “Cheese Cupid”
We don’t know where this app has been all our lives, but we’d like to send a serious shout-out to Wisconsin Cheese for creating “Wisconsin Cheese Cupid” (also available on their website.) The main page lets you choose the *adult* drink or cheese you’re craving most, and, with just a few clicks, pairs you with the perfect complement or complements.