Cheesemaking is taken very seriously “across the pond” with a commitment to heritage, quality, and craftsmanship. The United Kingdom and Ireland boast a rich and diverse variety of cheeses based on centuries of culinary tradition.
Once the playground of kings, queens, and popes - the picturesque destination of the Loire Valley, France, is celebrated for its wineries and winemaking, fairytale-inspiring castles, charming small towns, and farmers markets. It’s also a hidden gem for cheese aficionados!
When it comes to Italian cheese; every bite tells a story of terroir, history, and the undying Italian love for tradition. Each bite of imported Italian cheese captures a rich history inviting us to savor not just the flavors, but the centuries of craftsmanship and passion that go into making them!
Spanning centuries of history and tradition, Spanish cheeses are a big part of this food-centric country's gastronomic prowess. Each region has contributed its own local specialty to the world of imported cheeses, captivating taste buds and preserving heritage.
France is renowned for its rich cheese-making heritage and tradition and produces over 1,200 different types of cheese. It's an important part of the culinary landscape throughout the country and certainly in the capital city. Here are some of our favorite ways to enjoy and savor French cheese during your summer adventures in Paris.
Let’s take a tasting tour off the beaten path today and explore an Italian island you may not be as familiar with - Sardinia!
The holidays are here and that means enjoying time with friends and family, parties, hosting, gifting, and fun! Here at I Love Imported Cheese we believe everything can be made more special with cheese…even more so during the holidays. Here are some unique ways to celebrate the season and make things even more festive with your favorite fromage.
With it’s unique and well-preserved culture, special cheeses and wines, and both French and Spanish culinary influences the Basque region should be on every foodie’s travel list!
The Cheeses of the Rhone Valley With winemaking in the [...]
With their open landscape, expansive dairy industry, and many European [...]