Monthly Archives: March 2015

Quesito from Mi Casita

Quesito (Colombiano) la Finquita is arguably the best queso fresco I have ever had comes from Mi Casita Colombiana in Bayonne, NJ. Although I adore aged cheeses, there is a special place in my heart for fresh (unaged) cheeses. White … Continue reading

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Matzo Pizza at the Manischewitz Experience 2015

Manischewitz put on a 3-day free pop-up at Chelsea Market in NYC. The event featured recipe tastings, an interactive s’mores-making station, a chocolate fountain for macaroon dipping, a giant gumball machine that dispensed macaroons, and chef demos. The only cheese … Continue reading

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Roumy Cheese from Egypt – Exotic “gebna” at your corner deli

One of Egypt’s most famous cheeses, Roumy, has become an international traveler; it has made a name for itself worldwide for its sharp, pungent flavor and ease of eating. Roumy is a hard cow’s milk cheese similar to Parmesan or … Continue reading

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Losurdo’s Scamorza in Miniature – Hoboken’s Tiniest Cheese

Hoboken is full of of Italian delis, most of which make their own cheeses, usually fresh mozzarella. Losurdo’s Italian Bakery and Deli makes scamorza! Scamorza is a member of the pulled curd “pasta filata” family of cheeses, which includes mozzarella, … Continue reading

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