Fondue: A Pot of Melty Deliciousness

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Oh yes, fondue is making a comeback. Faced with a seemingly never-ending winter, fondue is a super-easy and fun way to gather around the table – all while staying indoors. Check out our fondue-making tips and recommendations.

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Holiday Entertaining Made (Ch)easy

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It isn’t a true feast without the cheese, right? Putting out a cheese board is a delicious way to gather everyone around the table, but it can be challenging to assemble your own spread. To please all of the peeps at your next feast, follow these 8 easy tips.

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Bounty on the Eastern Shore

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In late October, the Righteous Mongers set out to Easton, Maryland to visit Holly Foster and her gorgeous Jersey cows at Chapel’s Country Creamery. Holly makes several cheeses that we carry, and was the first maker of raw milk cheese in Maryland!

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Top 10 Gifts for Food Lovers

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Did you realize you can get all of your holiday gift shopping done at Union Market? Here are our top 10 picks for unique gifts from the market, great for the holidays or all year-round.

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Top 6 Southeastern American Artisan Cheeses

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If you were to poll most US cheeselovers on the best cheese-making state, they would likely say Vermont, Wisconsin, or California. But there are so many corners of the country from which to find amazing cheeses!

To celebrate #AmCheeseMonth, we’re honoring a region that doesn’t get as much love as it should –  the southeastern United States. Some of our very favorite cheeses come from our little pocket! Here are our top six, in no particular order

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