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The Art of Cooking Amazing Bacon, A Masterpiece!

Bacon Cooking Tips If the packaged sliced bacon is refrigerator-cold, slowly slide the dull edge of a butter knife along the length between the strips, gently rocking to separate slices. Plan ahead and take the bacon out of the refrigerator thirty minutes before cooking. The slices should separate easily. When frying bacon, it’s important to … Read more

We Now Have Sponge Candy and More Chocolate Delights!

Shisler’s Cheese House now has Sponge Candy! Among this decadent, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate treat, we have a wide assortment of new chocolates by Stefanelli’s Candies including chocolate covered potato chips, chocolate covered pretzels, milk chocolate bars with a caramel center and milk chocolate bars with roasted almonds. Be sure to stop by and pick some up … Read more

Goat Cheese: Promoting a Healthier You!

Do you love cheese but feel guilty of calories every time you have some? Do you often feel how great would it be if only you could have the best cheese in the world, which is both tastier and low in calories? Well, there is some good news for you. There is goat cheese, which … Read more

Cheese and Chocolate: A Taste of Heaven on Earth!

How to Pair Cheese and… Chocolate? Who doesn’t love cheese or chocolate? But together? Believe it or not, they’re actually the perfect combination for a tasting! Cheese and chocolate are so different that the thought of pairing them seems difficult. The key to this type of tasting is keeping it simple. Both are super-rich foods and … Read more

The Best Wine and Cheese Pairings

Wine and Cheese Master the art of pairing two of life’s greatest culinary pleasures. Wine and cheese are two of life’s great culinary pleasures, and finding the perfect match can be a delicious, and at times, a challenging endeavor. But, we are to help! As with any wine and food pairing, there are a number … Read more

Amazing Recipes To Satisfy Your Hunger For Cheese

Something warm for lunch: straight-from-the-oven ham and cheese turnovers. INGREDIENTS 1 1-pound package refrigerated pizza dough 8 ounces deli ham, thinly sliced 4 ounces Swiss cheese, thinly sliced 1/2yellow onion, cut into thin rings 2 teaspoons whole-grain mustard 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 small head romaine, torn into pieces DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 400° F. Roll the pizza dough into … Read more

SPECIAL EDITION: Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

What better way to show mom you care this Mother’s Day than with a homemade gift from the heart? A gift with a personal touch, a gift that has your love embedded into the materials, because you made it! With the big day just 48 hours away, Martha Stewart shares some last-minute DIY gift ideas … Read more

That’s Some Gouda Cheese Righta There!

Even though it originated in the city of Gouda in the Netherlands, Gouda cheese is produced all around the world. It’s often served alongside crackers and fruits, but Gouda works well in other dished such as macaroni and cheese, vegetable casseroles and especially in quiche. It provides a small amount of almost all the essential … Read more

Well Cheese That’s Good: Studies Show Cheese, Dairy Products Promotes Health!

There was a time when celebrities couldn’t get enough of the stuff: Linford Christie raced a milk float to the finish line, while Bob Geldof jogged through London to be rewarded with a pint of cold milk. Today, though, the nation’s relationship with milk and dairy seems to have soured. One in five Britons claims … Read more

21 Cheese Street: 21 Interesting, Unique and Mind-blowing Cheese Facts

Cheese is one of the most loved and consumed foods around the world. Its a general term used to describe various milk-based products. Here are some facts that you may not know about cheese. Fact 1 There is no exact information regarding the origin of cheese, archaeological studies have shown the origin of cheese dates … Read more