Where did cheese come from?
Humans have been making and eating cheese since prehistoric times. No one knows exactly who first developed cheese, but many food historians credit its discovery to an Arabic nomad who poured milk into a leather bottle made from a sheep's stomach before journeying across the desert more than five thousand years ago. When he stopped to drink, he discovered the milk had been transformed into curds and whey by the heat of the sun and the rennet in the sheep's stomach.
Tasty Cheese Recipes

Make an open-faced sandwich of roast beef and American cheese on sourdough bread.

Top a wheel of Brie with walnut halves and brown sugar. Bake at 325° F for about 10 minutes, or until heated through. Serve with crackers.

Put a slice of Cheddar on a whole wheat cracker and top it off with a pear slice.

Spread cream cheese on onion crackers and sprinkle with blue cheese and walnuts.

Stuff wontons with cream cheese and crabmeat; fry until crisp. Serve hot with sweet and sour dipping sauce.

Wrap sliced turkey breast around small wedges of Gouda cheese and alternate on small skewers with grapes and pineapple chunks.

Spread tortilla chips with refried beans and cover with shredded, melted Monterey Jack cheese.

Top sourdough bread slice with thinly sliced roast beef, salsa and Monterey Jack. Broil until cheese melts.

Roll pieces of pastrami and mozzarella cheese together and serve on sweet wheat crackers.

Arrange slices of marinated tomato and cucumber on a salad plate, top with thin slices of mozzarella. Serve with French bread.

Serve up some Muenster cheese cubes on multi-grain crackers.

Melt provolone cheese over crusty French bread layered with salami.

Wrap a thin slice of Swiss cheese and smoked ham around a whole green onion.

Fill a whole wheat pita with slices of Swiss cheese, smoked turkey breast and sliced apples.