Happy Birthday Danny Shisler!

Danny would be 82 tomorrow had we not lost him suddenly in 2004.  But his lagacy lives on in all that we do here at Shisler’s Cheese House! Growing Up Dan Shisler was born in Dalton in 1937 and graduated from Dalton High School in 1955. He was one of the best baseball players that … Read more

Rubber City Radio Business of the Week Interview April 15, 2019

Shisler’s celebrating 60 years in the cheese business (The Daily Record)

Very Nice Article about us by Dan Starcher of the Daily Record:   ORRVILLE — The small roadside store at the corner of U.S. Route 30 and Kidron Road, known as Shisler’s Cheese House, has served as a landmark to cheese connoisseurs, including comedian Bob Hope, for 60 years. To celebrate, owner Rita Shisler is … Read more

Swiss Cheese: Everything You Need to Know

What is Swiss Cheese? A holey, semi-hard cheese with a creamy color. How does it taste? It has a nutty, slightly piquant flavor whilst simultaneously being somewhat creamy. How is Swiss Cheese made? The process of making Swiss cheese involves natural bacteria consuming the lactic acid in the cheese. This releases carbon dioxide gas, which … Read more

5 Ways to Eat Swiss Cheese

We are huge fans of Swiss cheese here at Shisler’s Cheese House. We have a whole range to keep you happy and today we’re giving you 5 ideas for ways to enjoy Swiss cheese. The process of making Swiss cheese involves natural bacteria consuming the lactic acid in the cheese. This releases carbon dioxide gas, … Read more

5 of the Best “Swiss” Cheeses You’ve Never Heard Of!

The 5 Best Swiss Cheeses You Need To Try! Image Source: http://www.bbc.com/travel/europe/switzerland One of the most vital parts of the culture and history of Switzerland aside from its majestic landscapes and mountainous scenery, is its cheese. This is markedly evident as over 100  different cheeses are produced throughout Switzerland. Cheese is a very important aspect of … Read more

The “hole” story behind Swiss Cheese… Get it?

For more than a century, the holes in Swiss cheeses such as Emmental have been attributed to carbon dioxide given off by bacteria. But that’s not the whole story, and now the Swiss have determined exactly why the holes form the way they do. The culprit? Hay. In recent years, the holes in Swiss cheese – … Read more

5 of the Healthiest Cheeses You Never Knew About… or Did You?

Cheese gets a might bad rap for clogging arteries and packing on the pounds. But just because you shouldn’t eat an entire platter of Paula Deen’s cheese balls doesn’t mean you have to avoid cheese altogether. Cheese can be both delicious and a great source of lean protein, calcium, phosphorus, and other health benefits — if you … Read more

Baby Swiss: A Delicately and Deliciously Crafted Cheese

As many know, there truly is no “Swiss Cheese” in Switzerland. In Switzerland, they make a variety of “Alpine” cheeses, with some having large holes. The most notable of these cheese is Emmentaler. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many of the Swiss cheese makers began to move to Wisconsin and settled in the … Read more