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  • Bill Anderson, founder and proprietor of Crème de la Coulee Artisan Cheese Company in Madison, is a busy man. I caught up with him by phone in late April to talk about the...

  • Foodservice professionals are trained to recognize a distinction between the words “clean” and “sanitary,” the former being essentially a colloquialism and the latter a...

  • Every time you walk into Willy Street Co-op, you may expect to find a great deal of products that are the treasured result of hard work by people living no more than 150 miles from where you stand...

  • It’s that time of year again! Time to look back over all the struggles and triumphs we’ve faced bringing you the very best cheeses Wisconsin has to offer. It is also a time to look ahead to the...

  • Many of you may have noticed—particularly if you’re fans of bloomy rind soft-ripened cheeses—some changes going on in our cheese departments. We have been asked by public health officials to set...

  • The cooler weather is here, and most of us get inspired at this time of year to whip out our casseroles, and prepare all those rich, gooey, comforting dishes that help warm our stomachs and our...

  • What is the difference between Montchevre crottins and mini-logs?
    Crottin refers to the shape only. Crottins and mini-logs have identical ingredients; both are...

  • Summer time is about our favorite time of the year here in the Willy Street Co-op Deli! We love the amount of fresh, locally grown produce that we get to bring into our kitchen and serve to our...

  • One of the best things about working at the Willy Street Co-op is being able to educate ourselves and our Owners about the great local producers and farmers whose goods we carry. Several years ago...

  • Picture a big blanket, a few glasses of lemonade, some macaroni salad, and it all brings to mind one of everyone’s favorite summer activities—picnics! Even if you get invaded by a few ants, eating...

  • At the Willy West Deli, we are starting to get that spring itch. We hear the birds singing a little louder in the mornings, the sun is coming up a little earlier every day, and it got us thinking...

  • Anyone who has ever worked in the food industry knows that getting fresh, local products to our customers isn’t always as easy as it seems. We wish that we could have a farmer walk in, show us...