Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cheese for the Trees on Tu B’Shevat

Some Jewish holidays lend themselves readily to cheese-centered feasts: Shavuos with its bountiful dairy dishes; Chanukah and the cheese-inspired story of the heroine Judith; and Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees. Read any article on creating a party cheese … Continue reading

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It’s National (Kosher) Cheese Lover’s Day!

I don’t just love cheese; I adore it. So much so that every day, for me, is “cheese lover’s day.” Cheese is one of the most fascinating foods around, from its myriad incarnations and international versatility to its funky history. … Continue reading

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The Cheese Guy Rings in the New Year with Blue Cheese

How can kosher Blue Cheese fit into a secular New Year’s Day dinner? I’ll tell you. Growing up in Alabama, I ate my fair share of black eye peas and various greens, especially on New Year’s Day. According to my … Continue reading

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