Find out how to fry halloumi cheese in just 10 minutes for use in salads or as a delicious Mediterranean side dish. This article also shows other ways to cook this delicious cheese.
Cheese is not just an appetizer or a garnish on your burger. Learn how to create a cheese course as a dessert, the end to a special meal.
Queso blanco made with yogurt culture is particularly good for slicing for sandwiches, frying into delicious cheese snacks, or chopping into chunky omelettes, hashes, and soups. Learn how to make this semi-hard pressed cheese at home (photo guide included).
You have some extra cheese in the fridge with no immediate plans to use it. Can you freeze it? This mom tried it, and this is what she found.
Deep-fried camembert is a popular starter, but it is often served with a disappointingly bland salad. This recipe is for quick and easy deep-fried camembert and a delicious accompanying salad.
In his 1990 book, The Food of China, E.N. Anderson writes that he once heard a Chinese person describe cheese as “the mucous discharge of some old cow’s guts, allowed to putrefy.” Tut, tut.
Ever wonder what mascarpone cheese is or how to use it in baking or cooking? Here is everything you need to know about this rich Italian cheese.
The story of blue cheese is long, spanning centuries, and slow, following the natural rhythm of the seasons. Let me share the history (and recipes) with you.
Learn how to make homemade mozzarella cheese in just an hour. Known as "30 minute mozzarella", this is one of the easiest cheeses to make and rewards your efforts with almost instant gratification.
Like many cheeses, making feta goat cheese is not complicated. It requires mostly common kitchen utensils, some time, and some refrigerator room. The results are first-rate.
Make a restaurant-quality fried cheese entrée in about 10 minutes with this saganaki recipe. Find out which cheese to choose and the different frying methods used for cooking saganaki.
Some bright spark came up with the counterintuitive idea that to make cheese more attractive and marketable it should be mouldy.
For those who don't like the strong, salty taste of feta cheese, here are some terrific alternatives to use in recipes. These cheeses cook and crumble like feta, but have a milder taste.