Category Archives: cow’s milk cheese

Another cider, another cheese, another trip to Virginia

Almost a year to the day later, I found myself back in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia, ready for a girls’ weekend filled with horse races, vineyards, and general debauchery while visiting Sadie at the University of Virginia.  First … Continue reading

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Crazy amazing pizza with nectarine, burrata, basil, and duck pastrami

When you write a food blog, it is easy to wax poetic about ingredients.  Exquisite cheese, ripe summer fruit, and fragrant herbs are all high up on my list of culinary excitement factors.  That said, I wasn’t surprised when after I assembled this pizza, ate it, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: The final countdown, a few cheeses, and a favorite appetizer!

Even though some of you may be expecting Eating the Rind’s greatest Thanksgiving hits, what you are about to read is not your typical recipe run through of all the turkey day heavy hitters.  In fact, I hope you’re not scrambling for … Continue reading

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