Fresh Cheeses

Fresh cheeses are uncooked and unripened curd that are typically very moist and mild in taste. Examples of fresh cheese include cottage cheese and Italian Mascarpone. Fresh cheeses do not have rinds and are sometimes soured with acidity or thickened with rennet. Fresh cheeses are not very flavorful and are often used as a spread or a base cheese.
 

Burrata Cheese – This Years “It Food”

August 18, 2011 9 Comments
Burrata Cheese – This Years “It Food”

Burrata Cheese – Have you heard of it? I can’t imagine why not! I’m sure you’ve heard people say “Everything old is new again” and , “There’s a difference between a fad and a classic.”  Usually these statements apply to fashion and design, but I think it can also apply to food. It seems like […]

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Mascarpone Cheese

November 13, 2006 5 Comments
Mascarpone Cheese

What is Mascarpone? First of all, mascarpone is a fresh cow’s milk cheese that is classified as triple cream.  It’s very rich because of its 60% to 75% milk fat content. Mascarpone has a soft texture like cream cheese making it spreadable. It is whitish to straw yellow in color and when fresh smells like […]

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