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Spanish Cow’s Milk Cheeses: Lesser Known... Just For Now

Most of the cheese-consuming world would be hard-pressed to name a Spanish cheese made with cow’s milk. That’s not because they don’t exist. It’s because the cheese Manchego is arguably Spain’s “king of cheeses.” The rest follow behind that. But as with all cheese producing countries, Spain’s artisans are hard at work making traditional cow’s milk cheeses as well as new ones, and because of that, churning out some of the best Spanish cheeses you may never have heard of.

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Legumes & Rice

The essential role played by pulses in the diet of the different Mediterranean peoples through the ages, has left a deep mark on Spanish cuisine, where an enormous variety of soups and stews containing pulses can be found in every corner of the country. Spanish rice is so versatile it can be combined with an endless range of foods – fish, shellfish, meat, vegetables and many others – and it goes equally well with savory or sweet flavors.


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