How-To & Diy

5 Links to Read Before Cooking with Cheese

April  2, 2014

Each week, we’ll be sharing a comprehensive list of links to help you master something new in the kitchen. Culinary greatness, here you come.

Today: A guide to all things cheese.

Cheese, in all its varieties, is a beautiful thing. Perfect on its own; paired with wine; melted into a frittata; shredded over pizza; baked into biscuits -- there's really no wrong way to eat it. If you find yourself frequently waxing poetic about cheese and rallying for it to become its own food group, you've come to the right place. 

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  • Put your love of cheese into words with this handy guide. (Food52.)
  • Tips and tricks from cheese guru, Laura Werlin. (Food & Wine.)
  • Don't let perfectly good cheese go to waste! Here's how to store it. (The Kitchn.)

Cheese pros -- share your secrets in the comments!

See what other Food52 readers are saying.

  • The House Mouse
    The House Mouse
  • Kenzi Wilbur
    Kenzi Wilbur
The grocery store is my happy place.


The H. April 3, 2014
Awesome, Kenzi! Thanks! Now to shop for some fromage and I am all set!
The H. April 2, 2014
Great way to kick of National Grilled Cheese Month. Now if I could only master the art of wrapping cheese. Stay Cheesy!
Kenzi W. April 3, 2014
This might help!