Marcelli Formaggi's Marketplace
Abruzzo may not be one of the first regions to come to mind when one hears "Italy," but its green mountains, high altitude air and endless pastures (one-third of Abruzzo is protected in the form of national parks, nature reserves, etc.) make for...
Ancient Heritage Dairy
With all the international attention Portland, Oregon has garnered in recent years, it seems to be changing even more each year. That is to say, it's becoming even more Portland-y. Southeast Portland is rapidly becoming populated with artisanal food...
The Turtle Grater elevates a kitchen tool to extraordinary elegance. The small plate features hand-carved micro ridges in 100% copper across the turtle's belly for precise fine grating of roots like ginger and wasabi.
Interview: Sam Walton of Hole & Corner
Hole & Corner is a brand new bi-annual print magazine devoted to "celebrating craft, beauty, passion and skill." Hot off the press, issue one takes a look at how Chris King carefully handcrafts the world's best cricket bats, profiles young British...
Cheese Storage Bags
Whether in your own refrigerator or as a gift for a cheese lover, act like a true monger and use these little bags from the Brooklyn-based cheese fanatics at Formaticum to protect your favorite fromage from mold or fridge contaminations.
Best of CH 2012: Booze + Snacks
We ate and drank the best of 2012 and plan to do the same in 2013. This is the heyday of the gourmand, with everyone everywhere experimenting with ingredients and looking to explore the final reaches of the food-obsessed revolution. Below you'll find...
The School of Artisan Food
The process of making food artisanally can be slow and tedious, but undoubtedly yields more flavor and personality in its products. Often passed down from generation to generation, these by-hand methods bring the baker, butcher and cheese-maker...
DIY Cheese Kit
This DIY kit includes everything you need to make your very own goat cheese. All you need is a kitchen and the ability not to sound too smug when you tell your friends that you made the chevre yourself.
Murray's Cheese Gifts
Gifting loved ones with Murray's cheese will not only win over hearts and tummies, it also increases your chances of having tripped-out, wacky cheese dreams. Win-win!
"It's very much like a creamy cheese, a blue cheese or a brie—it just has an incredible mouth feel," says Rau Om's Dang Vu. He's talking about tofu misozuke, a preserved version of tofu that is cured in miso to create a spreadable, long-life...
The great cheeses of the world are made by passionate artisans who have learned the craft of transforming milk and cream into one of the most sought-after delicacies. Marking an important component to their recently launched Height Cuisine program...
Maintaining an unwavering commitment to excellence, British Airways has gone to great lengths to develop a culinary program that serves delicious meals to passengers in all flight classes. To this end the airline has launched The lackluster quality...
Take two food-obsessed Brooklynites with a family history in rock mining, add an entrepreneurial spirit, and you have Brooklyn Slate Company. In 2009 co-founders Kristy Hadeka and Sean Tice started making cheeseboards using slate from Hadeka's third...
A game-changing food invention that just about rivals sliced bread, ToastaBags provides a mess-free method for making a sandwich toasted to perfection. This child-friendly product is ideal for those with an affinity for sandwiches that ooze with...
Formaticum Cheese Papers
While most casual fromage fans might not even know that a proper way to store cheese exists, a cheese-centric startup in Portland, Oregon developed a product specifically designed to help preserve and protect their favored food. Formaticum makes...
Savannah Bee Company Honey Trio
The Savannah Bee Company recently released a new trio of honey created for purposeful pairings. Their Cheese, Grill and Tea honeys are a finely tuned food accompaniment, utilizing the golden nectar's subtle sweetness. The Cheese honey is rich and...