The Best Things I Learned About Cheese in Europe: 5 European Cheese Lessons The Cheesemonger | The Kitchn
- 3. Finishing pizza with gratings of parmigiano-reggiano is a grossly underemployed pizza-topping tactic.
- One of the most painful things about being lactose intolerant is not being able to eat cheese.
- What's the ashy one at 2 o'clock in the last pic? I could guess at the other cheeses, but not this one. A very "done" chèvre?
- This post has left me feeling wistful and hungry. Lovely pictures and excellent tips - especially the one about cheese for dinner!
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