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  1. I Tried to Become a World-Class Cheese Expert in One DayThe result was very gouda.
  2. taste test
    Is This New Cheese Ice Cream Any Good?Team Grub gives a new “dessert” from OddFellows and Murray’s Cheese a test drive.
  3. business
    Why Did a Midwestern Grocery Chain Buy New York’s Most Extravagant Cheese Shop?A sale to Kroger is a big boon for the owners of Murray’s Cheese — but what does it mean for New York’s cheese lovers?
  4. New York Institution Murray’s Sells Flagship Store to Grocery Chain KrogerThe 22,000-square-foot building sold for $20.6 million.
  5. cheese
    Runny, Funky Vacherin Mont d’Or Is the Cheese You Need Right Now“Eating it is akin to losing your virginity.”
  6. fancy snacks
    This Very Special Cheese Took Murray’s 3 Years to CreateIt has flavors of hazelnuts, butterscotch, and cocoa.
  7. New York Cooking
    The New Guard of Grocers: 44 Specialty Food Shops That You Need to KnowButchers, bakers, pickle-makers, and spice merchants.
  8. Leftovers
    Dough Doughnuts and Ample Hills Ice Cream at Murray’s Cheese; FridayToday’s Leftovers.
  9. Leftovers
    Breakfast at Cafe el Presidente; The New Pornographers Collaborate WithToday’s Leftovers.
  10. Food Safety
    7 Reasons You Should Be Troubled by the FDA’s Cheese-Aging RegulationsSmall business will suffer, almost no imported cheeses, and it’s probably illegal anyway.
  11. Cheese Please
    From Adelegger to Zimbro: 50 Runny, Yummy, Crumbly Cheeses to Eat NowThe current cheesescape, defined.
  12. Grub Guides
    Turkey Time: 15 Shops Serving Thanksgiving-Inspired SandwichesBecause holiday food tastes better between bread.
  13. Leftovers
    Murray’s Cheese Selling Sandy-Rescued Comté; Mile End Brings BackPlus, Nitehawk Cinema has a good reason to party, Zito’s gets beery, and more in today’s leftovers.
  14. Leftovers
    Murray’s Cheese Reopens in Grand Central; Salvation Taco’s Labor DayPlus: Plein Sud closes, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  15. Restaurant Agenda
    Murray’s Cheese Bar Launching Brunch at the End of the MonthStarting February 23, the landmark Village fromagerie’s egg and cheese sandwich will be available at the shop’s restaurant offshoot.
  16. Leftovers
    Cheese for Charity at Murray’s; Bill’s Food & Drink Launches LunchPlus, more kimchee than you can shake a stick at, Dorie Greenspan wants your recipes, Fatty ‘Cue holds you over in the West Village, and more in today’s leftovers.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Slightly Oliver Launches Weekend Brunch; One Stop Beer Shop Celebrates OpeningPlus: Curly’s Vegetarian Lunch closes for renovations, Fatta Cuckoo reveals their eggnog recipe, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Oyster and Beer Fest at Back Forty; Andrew Carmellini Cookbook SigningPlus: a toast to Riverpark’s first anniversary, where to find the best tacos on Lexington, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  19. Gastronomics
    Food Biz Made Bank on Friday, Lost It All Saturday and SundayObviously, the restaurant industry lost a lot of money.
  20. Openings
    61 Local Now Serving Suds and Snacks in Cobble HillLocal beer, wine, and kombucha on tap, plus a curds-focused food menu from a Murray’s Cheese alum.
  21. It Ain't Easy
    Cheese, Please: Murray’s Expands, Cheez Doodles Rule, and Grilled-CheeseToday in fromage.
  22. Menu Changes
    Murray’s Cheese Adds Blue MarbleGet Blue Marble pints in addition to Van Leeuwen and Il Laboratorio.
  23. Mediavore
    Stabbing at SF Pizzeria; Locavores Take up Hunting
  24. Mediavore
    Murray’s Cheese Goes National; States Misusing Food StampsPlus: A split for Cadbury and help for New York’s soup kitchens, all in our morning news roundup.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    NYC ICY May Close Brooklyn Location; Get a Farm Internship in the City LimitsPlus: A new farm stand for Clinton Hill, and the Street Sweets Truck finds permanent spots in midtown, in our regular roundup of neighborhood news.
  26. Menu Changes
    Mind Melter: Murray’s Introduces Van Leeuwen Milkshakes and DIY PaniniAnd a basic sandwich is just $3.99.
  27. Contests
    Some Dude’s Grilled Cheese Sandwich Added to Artisanal’s MenuEric Ripert approves!
  28. Foodievents
    Murray’s and Métrazur Go Together Like … Wine and Cheese!The cheese shop and restaurant are teaming up to host classes.
  29. Ask a Waiter
    Mrs. Quicke’s Daughter, Jane, Discovers a World Beyond Cheddar atAn interview with the celebrity spawn of sorts, who has been working as an intern and participating in ‘cheese tourism.’
  30. Mediavore
    Dollar Pizza on the Rise; Murray’s Cheese Goes MidwesternPlus: David Bouley ruffles feathers in Tribeca, and where to drink on Thanksgiving, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. In the Magazine
    Corton, Cookbooks, Cookies, Cabbage SoupAdam Platt on Corton, Gael Greene on 10 Downing, openings from Rob and Robin, and more in this week’s magazine.
  32. Openings
    Murray’s Gets Into the Meat GameThe cheese shop will soon open a salami station.
  33. Freeloading
    ‘Edible Manhattan’ Feast Now (Somewhat) Open to the Public$10 gets you freebies from Russ & Daughters, Murray’s Cheese, Doughnut Plant, and local vineyards. Plus, oysters and Manhattans!
  34. Neighborhood Watch
    Big Cheeses From a Chicago Contest Found at Murray’s; Southern BBQ onJim Mamary faces more setbacks for Oyster Bar, and Grand Tier Lincoln Center to get a fancy imported menu, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  35. NewsFeed
    Home Brewer May Soon Be Selling Beer Ice CreamDan Suarez, a 23-year-old former Murray’s Cheese Shop employee, grows hops in his parents’ backyard in Park Slope (there’s video) and brews beer in their basement.
  36. Mediavore
    Chile’s Salmon Are Sick; the New York Alinea That Wasn’tA virus attacks Chile’s salmon population, Grant Achatz reveals why Alinea won’t be opening in New York, and the world’s finest cheese is announced in Wisconsin.
  37. NewsFeed
    Eat, Drink, and Smoke at Nat Sherman’s Secret LairNat Sherman is still fuming about the city’s assault on smoking. Its phone message even takes a dig at the Man: “Your freedom of choice, often denied to you as a smoker, can be exercised here by choosing from the following menu.” But living well is the best revenge, and so Sherman plans on opening up the Johnson Club Room in the third week in February, on the bottom floor of its new location at 12 East 42nd Street. You’ll need to be a member eventually, but you will be able to pay the dues as you go for the first few months.
  38. The New York Diet
    Designer Steven Alan Hungers for Cowboy Cookies After Jellied Squash Yes, Steven Alan, the man who New York says “reinvented the button-down for artfully ruffled hipsters,” conducted his phone interview with us over brown rice at M Café in Los Angeles (he’s there to sort out the details of his upcoming Hollywood store, while scouting out a location for another store in Venice, where he went to high school). But that doesn’t mean he isn’t a New York eater at heart. He grew up here and lives in Chinatown, where he indulges in Malaysian noodle breakfasts and Shanghai dumplings. We asked him what he ate around town during a frenetic week of preparing his men’s and women’s lines for his first ever Fashion Week presentation.
  39. At the Market
    Fancy Food Show Brings Colonial Fruit Drinks and Our Old Friend Kulfi We took a break from our regularly scheduled Greenmarket food fest to hike through acres of fancy foods from the world over at last week’s Fancy Food Show. Over 2,000 displays filled the Javits Center with everything from antifreeze-green Chilean avocado oil to Brooklyn-made gummy bears that were actually the size of honey bears. To avoid going into fancy-food shock, we honed in on the (often overlapping) new and organic/natural categories. Here’s highlights, all currently available in the city.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Red Hook Food Vendors’ Meeting With the City Postponed Until TomorrowBridgehampton: Almond restaurant has just added more local labels to its wine list. [Hamptons] East Village: New vegan restaurant Health Conscious Express, on First Avenue and 3rd Street, impresses with its wide range of patties, but the Rasta vibes are totally intense. [Super Vegan] Red Hook: A meeting between the representative for ball fields’ food vendors and the Parks Department has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon. [The Gowanus Lounge] West Village: Only a couple seats left for Murray’s class on local cheeses, tonight at 6:30 p.m. [Murray’s Cheese] Williamsburg: Brick Oven Gallery has reopened after its Department of Health–enforced hiatus. [Eater]
  41. Neighborhood Watch
    Chelsea Mourns the Loss of Chinese Vegetable Burritosstrong>Bronx: Ditri Coffee Shop has sold coffee and work boots for 28 years; it’s amazing this business model doesn’t seem to have been duplicated. [Lost City] Chelsea: There’s a makeshift memorial set outside Bright Food Shop, which has closed along with sister-restaurant Kitchen/Market thanks to high rents. [Crazy Fingers by way of Blog Chelsea] Tasty Korean takeout near FIT. [Gothamist] Clinton Hill: A bake sale gets frisky with a Middle Eastern dance performance this Sunday at 289 Grand Avenue. [Clinton Hill Blog] Dumbo: Chestnut, Olea, and Sweet Melissa Patisserie are all participating in Tuesday’s tasting event at powerHouse Arena to benefit the American Cancer Society. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Bowery Whole Foods unveils plans to start serving brunch. [Down by the Hipster] West Village: Murray’s Cheese is hosting a sparkling-wine course that includes cheese pairings on June 5th at 6:30 p.m. [Gothamist]
  42. NewsFeed
    World’s Biggest Cheese in Town Today To say that we felt only excited at the prospect of seeing the world’s biggest cheese today would be an understatement. It was more like awe. Six-feet wide and weighing over 1,300 pounds, the Gouda-style cheese is the star of a special exhibit co-sponsored by Murray’s Cheese and the Beemster company of Holland. A bothersome case of gout will be keeping us from the cheese’s press conference, which we are told is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. But we’ve thought of some ways the milk monument might be put to use.