While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
No whey - June 4 is National Cheese Day!
The art of cheese-making is older than recorded history, and it’s not entirely certain who first forayed into fromage. Countries across the globe have taken the basic cheese-making principle and put their own stamp on it, sometimes literally.
Think about it: the Swiss have emmentaler; the French brought us brie; the British savor Stilton; the Dutch gave us gouda; Italians perfected Parmigiano-Reggiano); Spain munches on manchego; Mexico cherishes cotija; and America has well, American.
Thankfully, more and more local grocery stores have invested in a well-stocked cheese case. Even local chain stores seem to carry cheeses from around the globe, and most have an expert on hand to walk you through them.
With so many different types of cheeses to choose from, take the time to experiment with one you’re not familiar with. Have a cheese and wine party, where each person brings a different cheese dish.
Bake brie with fresh berries in puff pastry, pour spicy Thai chili sauce over softened cream cheese, or stick to a simple Caprese salad. Cheese is fantastically versatile, and its greatness should be celebrated every day!
Discover - Wines for National Cheese Day
Don't forget – National Wine and Cheese Day is coming up! Cheers!
July 25 is National Wine and Cheese Day in the USA! Cheers!
No wonder I wanted grilled cheese for breakfast and Greek salad for lunch, lol. Everyday is cheese day for me- it's my favorite food. All things in moderation!
I was planning to make zucchini Parmesan today, works out perfectly with today's theme!
You guys sure wine alot! Guess that goes with the Whey you eat!
Schools Out for Summer-Try a spelling class in Summer School and try the Big Kids later.
National cheese day, come on. America is not serious about its cheese. If they were, raw milk cheese would be legalized.
So Salmonella should be legalized from raw milk? Not in my diet,Thank You.
Because YOU are afraid to try raw milk cheese, nobody else should be allowed to?
Reading comprehension is a class you must have missed in school. I never said no one else should try it, just not me. Thank You for playing and go troll on Faux News.
It is legal to sell cheese made from unpasteurized milk, just as long as it has been aged 60 days within a certain temperature range.
Coming right after National Dounut day perhaps the two would combine well.
Oh yeah, my kind of day.
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