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Born and raised around family farms in Iowa, Anna Juhl grew up eating and preparing the traditional foods of her Czech, German, and Swedish relatives. As an affirmation of her love of food and cooking, Anna owned Juhl Haus Market & Café, a food oasis in Salt Lake City. Anna was known both for her ability to source the finest cheeses and other comestibles from European and American artisan producers and for creating a unique shopping and dining experience for her customers. Today, Cheese Journeys’ travelers have the chance to meet and learn from these specialty food producers in their own locale, often dining at their tables. Anna offers a warm and personal style of hospitality which lies at the heart of Cheese Journeys.

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Cheese Journeys: Passport To Berlin, Germany


Anna Juhl shares her mantra for making her Cheese Journeys memorable and successful: “Remember, despite your best-laid plans, unexpected things can and will happen.”

“Comté Cathedral”

Cheese Journeys: Passport to Comté, France


Fort St. Antoine, the site of Marcel Petite’s acclaimed aging caves, has been repurposed into the “Comté Cathedral” to hold more than 100,000 wheels.

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Cheese Journeys: Passport to Chester County, Philadelphia


Here, she uncovers unique adventures in Philadelphia, rarely found from a google search for cheese, food and wine.

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Cheese Journeys: Passport To ‘Cheddar Families’ Of England


Anna Juhl, the founder of Cheese Journeys, takes us on a cheddar odyssey to England—the birthplace of cheddar.

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Cheese Journeys: Passport to Valcasotto, Italy


In this multi-part travelogue series, Anna Juhl, founder of Cheese Journeys, takes you deep into the world of cheese.