Get ready for some incredible flavor combinations. Our mouths are watering just thinking about the endless possibilities of pairings with artisanal dried fruit crisps from Simple & Crisp. Simple & Crisp is a line of hand-picked, slow-dried fruit crisps that add another dimension to any dish or drink. These delicious fruit crisps are gluten-free, sustainably […]
This is what happens when you love buffalo wings, and you love cheese plates. Meet: The cheese plate that tastes like an order of buffalo wings - only better.
Take a peek at some of the amazing food served up by our catering team at COOK - from the perfect antipasto plate, to our Turkey Braciola, finished up with Panna Cotta Parmigiano lanterns. Plus, plenty more in between. What. a. night. See some serious food pictures below! Emilio Mignucci, third generation owner, along with […]
Here’s a hunk I will never forget: a cross between Gouda and Comté, called Remeker Pure. If you’re a cheese fanatic, you’re already calling me on the phone and wondering where you can get some because only a few wheels are exported from a tiny farm in the Netherlands. Better head for the Di Bruno […]
This spring, I’ve had a love affair with brainy goat cheeses. They appear this time of year – wrinkly, rumpled, as if they’ve just rolled out of bed – which may explain why I adore them for breakfast. Put on a pot of tea, grab the honey, pop in some toast, and prepare to be awakened with a rise-and-shiny little cheese.
March brings the Flower Show to Philadelphia, and with this year’s “British Landscapes” it seems only proper to offer you a selection of Britain’s best wedges. Should you overdose on the smell of hyacinths, you may wish to pop into Di Bruno Bros. for a sniff and nibble. (Di Bruno Bros. will be a vendor at the show, but the flagship store at 18th and Chestnut is within walking distance.)
If you’re working on your resolutions, allow me to weigh in. There’s never been a better time to explore American cheese, and with the bounty available to you from small artisans it’s high time to move beyond Cheddar and Brie. In the spirit of newness, here are five types of American cheese to try in 2013.
Ardrahan: Cow Milk, County Cork, Ireland-The history of Ardrahan cheese begins in 1925 with the establishment of the Lullaby Milk Company. Their herd of pedigree Frieshians routinely gave award-winning milk Ireland throughout the 20th century. However as competition from larger milk companies grew, the Lullaby Milk Company was forced to find alternative profit sources. In […]
Humboldt Fog: Goat, Humboldt County, California-Perhaps the most recognizable of all American farmstead cheese, Humboldt Fog is made in Cypress Grove by Mary Keehn. A layer of ash, representing the fog that rolls through Humboldt County every morning, contributes to the aesthetics. Of the numerous awards and recognitions it has received, perhaps the most noble […]