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Cheese

Artisan Cheese In The New Decade

Melanie Wong | Jan 6, 202007:58 PM    

" . . . First, and happily, the beloved Laura Chenel brand had gotten a new cheese maker and some serious support for simply and significantly better offerings. The standard bearer Fresh Cheve has won first place in its category of Fresh Goat and other wins in various competitions - most significantly in California’s State Fair where their new Ash-rind Bouchette won Best of Show offer great promise. There seems to be a solid future for America’s Mother of Cheeses.

But the truly happy surprise of the competition was in a relatively new development of affineurs - those folks who care for and bring along good cheeses so that they can be sold at their best. . . "

Artisan Cheese In The New Decade

One great American cheese maker after another was announcing a sale, usually to a fine European company that specializes in good cheeses but still.

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