New Issue of Grate. Pair. Share. Offers Seasonal Flavors and Easy, Cheesy Recipes

Madison, Wis. – The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (WMMB) has launched a new Spring/Summer issue of Grate. Pair. Share., an online magazine about cooking and entertaining with Wisconsin cheese. The issue is filled with fresh, seasonal recipes the whole family will enjoy, from easy weeknight dinners to simple summer small plates and weekend cooking projects designed to get kids involved and excited about cooking.

The new issue includes:

Frozen Terrine
A fresh take on a frozen terrine is poised to overtake the homemade popsicle as the frozen dessert of the summer. This simple homemade dessert starts with a base of Wisconsin mascarpone and whipped cream, and gets lots of fresh, fruity flavor from raspberries and lemon. Cubes of store-bought pound cake take it over the top. Simply freeze, slice and serve.

Small Plates for Summer
No main course is necessary with a menu of simple summer small plates like Stuffed Mini Bell Peppers, Grilled Asparagus with Chorizo and Queso Fresco, and Cheesy Corn and Fontina Bread Bites. Cheese pairings take a tangy turn with kombucha, the trendy fermented tea that's inspiring fans nationwide.

Cheese Tricks Every Home Cook Should Know
Readers will find new ways to improve their cheese skills with a box grater tutorial and tips for building a cheese board like a pro from Lilith Spencer, winner of the 2016 Cheesemonger Invitational in San Francisco. James Beard Award-winning Chef Tory Miller shares his favorite recipes for weekends spent at the farmers' market and cooking with his kids.

Since launching in 2012, Grate. Pair. Share. has received more than 35 million consumer impressions. It received first place awards for digital content and design for the second year in a row at the 2015 Eddie and Ozzie Awards honoring excellence in the magazine.

Download a hi-res image of the Spring/Summer 2016 cover. For more hi-res images and recipes, contact Jena Williamson,, (608) 241-4141, ext. 254. For additional questions, contact Heather Porter Engwall,, (608) 203-7235. For more information about Wisconsin Cheese, visit