Blue cheese (or bleu cheese) is prized—or distrusted—for its striking appearance and unique aroma. Explore some blue cheese recipes and break the mold!
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Looking for a new experience? Goat’s milk is different from cow’s milk, and not just in flavor. Learn what to make and serve with goat cheese.
Wisconsin cheese is great because of the soil, the water, the grass, and the people…not only cheesemakers, but farmers. We’d like you to meet one of them.
Mixed-milk cheese is an interesting gourmet choice for easy party food, especially for cheese and crackers and grilled cheese sandwiches.
Born in Denmark and perfected in Wisconsin, Havarti cheese is smooth, buttery, and deserving of a place on your cheese platter.
Cheese curds are a delicious comfort food loved by kids and adults. Learn how cheese curds are made and discover recipes that use the famous squeaky cheese.
The World Championship Cheese Contest and United States Championship Cheese Contest are held in alternating years in Wisconsin. Here are the national award-winning cheeses for 2015.
Emmentaler (or Emmental cheese) is the original Swiss…but you don’t have to import it when there’s great traditional Emmental cheese made right here.
Knowing the different types of cheese can make your next meal or cheese and wine pairing a success. We’ll teach you the hard and soft of cheese types.
Eat cheese curds, drink beer and rock (yodel) out at Wisconsin’s oldest food festival. In Monroe, Wisconsin, Cheese Days is how we roll…out the barrel.