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How to Get Your Goat (Cheese Dishes Right)

Posted by Saputo Foodservice on Aug 12, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Tart, salty, and pleasantly mild, goat cheese is a winning addition in recipes across the culinary spectrum—from appetizers (like these tamales with pulled smoked chicken) to dessert (Fig and balsamic ice cream, anyone?).

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Topics: goat's milk, goat cheese (chevre), techniques, recipes, ingredients, Montchevre, applications, milk, rennet, global, herbs and spices, specialty cheese

Ricotta Cheese: The Whey to Go

Posted by Saputo Foodservice on Jul 22, 2020 9:00:00 AM

It’s easy to overlook ricotta. Mild, fluffy and slightly sweet, the Italian cheese is most closely associated with lasagna, where it’s typically blended with mozzarella and Parmesan. (The same mixture figures prominently in ravioli, manicotti and cannoli as well.) Indeed, for both professional chefs and home cooks, ricotta often plays a supporting (rather than starring) role.

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Topics: main dishes, appetizers, Stella, cow's milk, techniques, ricotta cheese, pasta, pizza, desserts, Frigo, Saputo Premium Gold, recipes, ricotta salata cheese, salads & soups, ingredients

How to Become an ACS Certified Cheese Professional®

Posted by Saputo Foodservice on Jun 17, 2020 9:00:00 AM

What does it take to transform a knowledgeable cheesemonger into a Certified Cheese Professional® (or CCP™ for short)? Three hours, 150 questions—and a whole lot of commitment. Before the fateful day when cheese experts of all stripes sit for the formidable Certified Cheese Professional Exam® offered by the American Cheese Society (ACS), they spend months—or even years—preparing.

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Topics: leadership, recruitment & retention, operations, process, techniques, retail, national, foodservice, craft, certification & education, history, Certified Cheese Professional (CCP), fromagier/formaggiaio, cheesemonger

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