Cheese has a long and storied history that stretches back thousands of years. From the ancient Egyptians, who are believed to be the first to make cheese, to the present day, cheese has played a significant role in many cultures and cuisines around the world. The history of cheese can be traced back to around […]
Hosting a cheese tasting party is a fun and interactive way to explore different types of cheese and learn about their flavors and origins. Whether you’re a cheese aficionado or just looking for a unique and delicious way to entertain, a cheese tasting party is a great choice. Here are some tips on how to […]
Welcome to the Cheezus Christmas cheeseboard selection, a sacred space where all the world’s cheeses are gathered together in harmony. No matter if it’s an intimate gathering of family and friends or a large group of strangers brought together by fate, this table is for everyone who wants to spend time with loved ones over […]
Blue cheese and McDonald’s Classic Curry Sauce is a pairing you won’t believe you haven’t tried. Yes, I said it. And I’m not wrong.
The weather is getting slightly warmer (not tempting fate right now) and we’re starting to get used to being able to spend some time outside in a state of, god forbid, near normality. So of course, now is when we start looking forward to our outdoor events and with that comes picnics and with picnics, […]
Terroir and cheese is not talked about as much as it is with produce such as wine, but should it be and is it important?
We have many cheese knives. I’m sure we can’t be the only ones? Maybe, but those of you with a drawer of cheese related knives; do you know which knives are supposed to be used with each cheese? We thought it would be a good idea to give you the Cheezus cheese knife guide. Starting […]
My kids call it holey cheese, or mouse cheese, but Emmental isn’t the only cheese with holes. The question is; Why do we have holes in cheese?
The history of Cheddar… If you’re not a cheese lover, you’ll still know the name Cheddar. In fact, you could hate cheese (I don’t understand these people either, I know), but you’d still know what Cheddar was. It’s one of the most popular and well consumed cheeses around the world but what do you know […]
SPRING! Are we there yet? Can we say that yet? Well, in any case with Spring around the corner we look at the best Spring cheese is available in this season this week, starting with Bucheron. A goat’s cheese, hailing from the Loire Valley and aged between 5-10 weeks, this chalky centred cheese delivers a […]