We love to keep in touch with our customers. We tweet, we post on Facebook, we write articles on our blog and we send regular emails on a variety of subjects. Each year, we become more familiar with the best ways to give our readers what they want via each medium. With this in mind, we recently revamped our e-mail service, and are now able to tailor our e-mails to your interests more than ever before.
Now, when you sign-up to receive our e-mails, you can choose which of our stores you frequent most – be it Cambridge, the South End of Boston, New York’s Essex Market or online via our website. You can tell us if you’d like to hear about new or seasonal products or maybe our favorite gifts! Perhaps you’d like to hear about our travels as we discover new and delicious products? If you love to cook or bake, we can send you recipes from our kitchen and bakery. You can also choose to receive our weekly dinner e-mails, wine updates and class announcements. Or, you can simply choose the foods you love to hear about: love BBQ? Chocolate? Honey? Let us know and we’ll keep in touch with the most relevant information.
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Mimolette. Red Leicester. Shropshire Blue. What do these three cheeses have in common? They are all orange and they are all colored with annatto.
When we started this blog, one of our main goals was to answer some of the questions we most regularly get on the cheese counter. As our blog’s archive has grown, we realize that some of these posts are becoming a little bit difficult to find so, here, under one header, we bring together the answers to some of those commonly asked questions!
The terms “double-crème” and “triple-crème” are bandied about a lot in cheese shops. While most folks have a general idea of what they mean in terms of texture (creamy, spreadable!) and flavor (buttery, lactic!) for a cheese, these terms actually have very specific meanings.
One of the questions that we often field on the cheese counter is what the term AOC actually tells us about a given cheese.
A common question we get on the cheese counter is about how to put together a cheese plate, be it for a cocktail party or as a dinner course.