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Best Ways to Store Cheese at HomeĀ 

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Cheese is like any other living thing we consume, and requires great care when handling and storing, especially for long periods of time. While it is recommended that cheese should ideally be consumed fresh and as quickly as possible, the following tips will definitely ensure a longer lifespan for your product provided you take proper care of it.

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Wine and Cheese Pairings to Remember

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Wine and Cheese combinations can be quite tricky, especially when you are just beginning out and have no idea where to start. The taste, smell and texture of every drink and food is so varied that you can easily go wrong if you don’t know the basic. So if you are getting ready to host a party, or even just want to increase your knowledge of the drink and food pairings, then read on below.

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Top 5 French Cheeses to have at a Party

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Are you hosting a party? Any gathering with friends or loved ones definitely calls for a celebration with some wine or champagne. But, there is nothing more special than a party with a cheese board.

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Enjoy a Sip of the Best Spanish Wine with Manchego

Produced in the Lan Mancha region of Spain, this unpasteurized sheep’s milk cheese is one of the most popular cheeses of Spain. The Manchego cheese has a distinctly fruity and nutty flavour and the pleasant grassy aroma is what makes it so appealing to have along with a glass of wine.

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Try Out Some Beautiful Wine and Cheese Pairing

Italians are widely known for pairing some excellent wine and cheese combinations because of their love of food and drinks.

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Must Try Spanish Cheeses for Tapas Night

Tapas

Tapas in Spanish cuisine actually mean a small portion of any Spanish dish. The dish may vary and can be hot or cold, and served with a variety of food items. In certain Spanish cities, these dishes are widely served in bars and are quite popular as well.