The most inspirational cheese bloggers around
Foodie blogs can be a wonderful source of inspiration for new and innovative culinary ideas, discovering must-know tastebud pleasing ingredients and of course, developing your knowledge and skills in the kitchen.
These top three cheese bloggers offer all that, and then some! They’re not just simply cheese lovers, they’re cheese aficionados, dedicated to immersing you into the culture of cheese and teaching you far more than what it taste likes.
Learning about the craft of cheese, discovering the perfect pairings and getting to grips with different tastes is a hobby that’s quite simply a joy to immerse yourself in, especially with these multi-talented bloggers showing you the way…
“I love helping cheese lovers discover the hunks of their dreams.”
A dedicated cheese courtesan, Madame Fromage is not only a truly inspirational blogger, but she is also a talented author (you must check out ‘Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese: A Guide to Wedges, Recipes, & Pairings’), workshop leader (anything and everything from tasting classes, to writing and photographing cheese) and teacher of food writing to fellow culinary lovers at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
Sharing everything from mouth-watering recipes and perfect pairings to spotting the finest cheese on her travels and even ‘making an in-flight cheese board’, Madame Fromage has your cheese needs covered. Yum!
“When in England and Ireland making cheese, I fell in love with the way the curd feels on your fingers as you scoop it into wheels.”
Author of ‘It’s Not You, it’s Brie: Unwrapping America’s Unique Culture of Cheese’, Kirstin is a talented cheese and wine blogger, writer, consultant and teacher – sharing Q&A’s with the latest and greatest in cheese, cheese delights spotted on her travels and so much more.
Having spent two months flipping cheddar slabs in England and washing funky cheese rinds in Ireland, Kirstin returned to California to offer private cheese making and pairing classes, as well as numerous themed public classes throughout the year – all of which sound, not just fascinating, but incredibly delicious too!
“A blog created to enable my pursuit of the lactic art and science known as Cheese in all its forms.”
Run by Matt, a Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese certified urban cheese maker, Cheese Notes is an in-depth blog dedicated to cheese making, tasting and appreciation, as well as dairy and agricultural politics.
Offering an exhaustive cheese making resource list covering essential books, films and websites, Cheese Notes also has an incredible interactive map of cheese-related locations in New York City – we can’t wait to try them out – just imagine the aromas!
Have you spotted a must-know cheese blogger? Let us know in the comments below. We’d love to check them out!
Image credit: The wonderful It’s Not You, It’s Brie blog!Sign up to our newsletter for the latest inspiration and giveaways!