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The holiday season is a time of great generosity and sharing, but there's one gift no host wants to give: food poisoning. With that in mind, there are simple tips that hosts and those preparing food can follow to ensure everyone keeps feeling fine
0 comments Pediatricians urge eating only pasteurized dairy products. A dairy cow grazes on Capitol Hill during a rally protesting the Food and Drug Administration's recent actions against traditional dairy farmers in Washington on May 16, 2011.
Dr. Robert Parker, the chief medical officer for the Interior Health Authority, told CBC News that authorities attended Gort's Gouda Cheese Farm in Salmon Arm last Friday but it took until Tuesday to confirm the outbreak. Parker says media attention
This Cheese prices just keep rising, to the point that the cheese platter is always the most costly course at my dinner parties...I just try not to overbuy and to make sure that any splurge is repaid in pleasure. At more than $40 per pound, Napoleon
Michele Lanza , a Bay Area cheese distributor, was raised in the southern Italian region of Basilicata. Americans rarely visit this area because it is remote, primarily agricultural and not particularly prosperous. People raise sheep there and make
Julia Child once said that she never apologized to dinner guests when a dish didn't turn out...Sebastopol cheesemaker Seana Doughty has the same make-do instinct, which explains how a problem cheese became the flagship for her company, Bleating Heart
If finding a need and filling it is a prescription for business success, venture capitalists should be investing in dairy sheep. They aren't, but fortunately, a few other risk takers are building flocks to meet a growing appetite in this country for
March 2012 Marcia Barinaga with her Basque-style sheep's milk cheese, Baserri. On a steep hill above Marshall, CA a gorgeous rolling sheep ranch sits on 800 acres of land. Its owner Marcia Barinaga , a third-generation American Basque, bought it with
Over the years I've noticed that students in my cheese-appreciation classes have a predictable set of questions. If these topics are on their minds, perhaps they are on yours, too. So before you ask, here are some answers to my personal list of
These vastly different cheeses from different countries have one thing in common they're all made with sheep's milk. They're also well-known names commonly brought home from the cheese counter, perhaps under the assumption they originate from cows.