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  • No more Parmesan? Europe wants its cheese back

    No more Parmesan? Europe wants its cheese back

    Errico Auricchio produced cheese with his family in Italy until he brought his trade to the United States more than 30 years ago. Now, the European Union is saying his cheese isn't authentic enough to carry a European name.As part of trade talks, the EU wants to ban the use of names like Parmesan, f...

    Read More: Cheese, Europe, Feta, Parmesan
  • The great goat's cheese shortage of 2014

    The great goat's cheese shortage of 2014

    Why are supplies of chèvre running so low, and whatever will vegetarians eat until the situation is resolved?Stockpile the chèvre and bulk-buy the rosary ash: there's a goat's cheese shortage. Warnings have been circulating for months, but now restaurants and retailers are reporting supply p...

    Read More: cheese, food trends 2014
  • How to make cheese puffs

    How to make cheese puffs

    These bite-sized balls of choux pastry - gougères to give them their French name - make a perfect finger food for children to snack onMaking a choux pastry feels a bit cheffy for some, but it needn't. Simply, it is flour beaten with a hot, buttery, milky emulsion that is further enriched with e...

  • Turning cheese into a cook's assistant

    Turning cheese into a cook's assistant

    The following confession may come as a surprise from someone who makes her living as a food stylist and writer: I'm slightly intimidated by the cheese counter.Or more accurately, I'm intimidated by the wealth of cheese behind said counter. I've tangled with homemade tagliatelle and faced off with of...

  • Eat your way to whiter teeth

    Eat your way to whiter teeth

    Teeth whitening treatment has become increasingly popular in recent years, thanks to modern lifestyle. But it is now possible to achieve one at home. Eating apple on daily basis and chewing gum is beneficial when it comes to maintaining white pearlies.With Christmas and New Year approaching, everyon...

    Read More: food, health, teeth
  • So mild cheese is in decline? Excuse me while I applaud

    So mild cheese is in decline? Excuse me while I applaud

    It's plasticky, cheap and a non-food. Our tastes have matured away from rubbery blandnessIt is revolting, mass-produced "cheddar" that has done much to damage the cheese's ubiquity on our dining tables and in our affections. I worked in restaurants where it arrived in blocks the size of girders; wh...

    Read More: cheddar cheese, cheese
  • Now, world's first pizza with right nutritional balance

    Now, world's first pizza with right nutritional balance

    'Junk food' pizza gets a nutritional makeover! British scientists claim to have developed the world's first nutritionally-balanced pizza. Pizza is widely regarded as a member of the junk food gang. But, researchers say pizzas and many other nutritionally-dubious foods can be made nutritionally ideal...

  • Ten of the most impressive food heists

    Ten of the most impressive food heists

    From baked beans to caviar, food thefts are on the rise. Cheese is the most-stolen food, but walnuts, honey and tomatoes are big business too. Here are 10 ambitious recent heistsPurveyors of tinned goods be warned. On Monday night, 6,400 tins of Heinz baked beans were stolen from a parked lorry in ...

  • Butter and cheese better than trans-fat margarines, says heart specialist

    Butter and cheese better than trans-fat margarines, says heart specialist

    Aseem Malhotra says saturated fat is not a problem, low-fat products are often full of sugar and statins are over-prescribed Butter, cheese and even red meat are not as bad for the heart as has been maintained, a cardiologist has said in a leading medical journal, adding that it is time to "bust th...

    Read More: Butter, cheese, heart
  • Rachel Khoo: 'Chocolate I'm not fussed about, but cheese: wow'

    Rachel Khoo: 'Chocolate I'm not fussed about, but cheese: wow'

    The cook and author on childhood food memories - and her first Parisian kitchenFor our packed lunches at primary school in Bromley, Mum would give just half a packet of crisps to me and half to my brother. So one of us would get theirs in the actual packet and the other in an improvised plastic bag...

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