Christmas At Shisler’s Cheese House

It’s amazing how fast the year passes by. It feels like just yesterday that we were picking up our Easter chocolate and gift boxes from Shisler’s Cheese House. With Christmas just around the corner, it is time to start thinking about what gifts would be ideal for our family and friends. A lot of the … Read more

Enjoy These WonderFALL Treats At Shisler’s Cheese House!

Fall is such a refreshing time of the year, the kids are back at school, the weather is cooling down, Halloween is just around the corner and most importantly, the Football Season has begun! Come on down to Shisler’s Cheese House and check out these amazing gift boxes packed with dreamy treats for our Fall … Read more

Cheesemaking: How To Make Crescenza

When making this particular cheese, there is a trick to it. The trick is to balance the acid development with the correct moisture level in the cheese to ensure it will ripen properly. It is your choice whether you want to make it drier for a firm texture and longer aging or very moist to … Read more

Fleur de Sel Soft Caramels

Salt is becoming more popular by the day to accompany chocolate, sugar, and cream in delicious desserts. This is because salt gives a huge burst of flavor like no other, be it in a sweet or savory dish. In this particular dessert, salt is a delightful counterpoint to rich and sweet caramel which helps it … Read more

Quick And Easy Appetizers Using Cheese

Chevre is a delicious, soft cheese that is so easy to make. All you need to do is add a packet of chevre culture to a gallon of goat’s milk, let it sit and then drain the curds in a butter muslin. You don’t always have to use goat’s milk either, you can easily use … Read more

Creating Homemade Coffee Cheese

Back in time, the coffee cheese was originally created from warm milk, straight from a reindeer and put in coffee to form a kind of snack. It was irresistible for someone of Northern Sweden and Tornedaling and can be just as mouthwatering to you! Now, you may not have a reindeer or barn at hand, … Read more

The Cheesemaking Process For Tomme au Marc

This cheese is usually found in Italy and France. Tomme is made and buried in the seeds and skins of wine making and from these skins, a liquor is also made in the name of ‘Marc’, which explains where ‘Tomme au Marc’ comes from. What You Need In this recipe, we use 8 gallons of … Read more

Have You Ever Tried Brie Pie?

This rich and luxurious pie is not your average pie. In fact, pies in the U.S are usually eaten for dessert, but Brie pie is more of an appetizer or entree. Luckily, like a lot of the delicious appetizers on offer, this one is fairly simple to create and has an amazing payoff. It may … Read more

Creating Mouthwatering Halloumi

Halloumi originates from the island of Cyprus and tends to be a semi-hard, unripened, and brined cheese. It is unique for having a high melting point which means it can be easily grilled or fried- perfect for summer cookouts! What makes it better is because it doesn’t melt, it keeps its texture and shape, keeping … Read more

This Coeur A La Crème Is To Die For!

Every now and then you just want something a little different to satisfy your cravings. Perhaps you’re planning a meal with your significant other or maybe you’re just in the mood for dessert. There really is no better plate to took into than Coeur a la Crème with delicious strawberries smothering it. The name Coeur … Read more