What to do with those cheese rinds? Well, why not honor Anne Saxelby’s work and gently simmer those hardened ends to create an umami-rich cheese broth that will become a kitchen staple?
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The biggest thing in American cheese since sliced bread.
For Women’s History Month, the city’s foremost American cheese expert shines a light on the women who have shaped America’s modern artisan movement.
In addition to the city’s top cheese shops and Greenmarkets, you’ll find Consider Bardwell’s cheese at Daniel, Eleven Madison Park and Roberta’s.
From goat cheese to tres leches cake, here are some visual highlights from our Diary Issue. Click the photos to go to the stories.
Since Anne Saxelby first opened her eponymous stall in the Essex Street Market in 2006–essentially redefining American cheese–she’s taken strolls or bike-rides around and down all the crooked streets that define this part of Lower Manhattan, which sits in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge. Consider it her way of meeting her neighbors, and soaking up the diversity, edible and otherwise, that still haunts this nabe.
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The Cheesemonger: Anne Saxelby, purveyor, local cheese cheerleader, owner of Saxelby Cheesemongers What She Does: Like…
Jimmy’s No. 43 is one of our favorite East Village haunts for craft beer and…