Interview with Leslie Goff of Consider Bardwell Farm

Consider Bardwell Farm, producer of delicious cow and goat milk cheeses, was founded in 1864 by a man named Consider Stebbins Bardwell. It was the first milk co...

St. James Cheesemongers on PBS Reactions!

Some cheeses, like Epoisses, are so legendarily stinky they’re supposedly banned on public transit in France. It’s the chemistry of washed-rind cheeses that make...

Interview with a Southern Cheesemaker: Kat from North Carolina's Prodigal Farm

In honor of our August featured producer Prodigal Farm, we asked its founder and Head Cheesemaker, Kathryn Spann, some questions about life on a Southern goat far...

Cheesemakers in the American South: Sweetgrass Dairy

When St. James Cheese first opened in 2006, most of our cheese case was European. We love the classics, but we hoped that someday American cheeses could dominate ...

A Taste of Ireland's Greenest Grass - Irish Cheeses for March

Irish cheeses to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!

An Endangered 200 Pound Swiss Cheese Arrives in New Orleans!

Have you ever eaten a cheese with holes? Every cheese with holes was inspired by the one original Swiss cheese, called "Emmentaler", which is named after the Emme...

Meet Us at the Cheese Fest!

Need an idea for your next vacation? Consider one of the world's largest cheese festivals, which happens every other September in a tiny medieval town in Northern...

OCTOBER IS AMERICAN CHEESE MONTH!

Come into one of our shops, try something new and taste for yourself the exciting things happening in American cheese making. We can't believe how the industry ha...

Gateways to Great Cheese

St. James Cheese Company is excited to host world cheese expert, Liz Thorpe, for a special educational series to coincide with the release of her latest book: Th...