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Fan Photo: Hay, What’s On That Cheese?

Each week we scan our Facebook and Twitter pages for photos submitted by our fans. For your chance to be featured on our blog and win an issue of the magazine, post a delicious, cheesy image to facebook.com/culturecheesemag or twitter.com/culturecheese tagged with #culturefanphoto.


This week’s fan photo winner is Jan W., who shared his photo a few unique cheeses. On the left is Ferme de la Tremblaye’s Bleu de Chèvre Cendré, a blue goat’s milk cheese rubbed in vegetable ash; on the right is La Casearia Carpenedo’s Vento d’Estate, a robust cow’s milk cheese that is aged in oak barrels between layers of green hay, imparting a one-of-a-kind flavor. We’re not sure how Jan enjoyed these cheeses, but we would definitely pair them with a fruity red wine and enjoy the last days of summer.

Congrats, Jan! Look for your free issue in the mail. Keep on cheesin’!

Photo by marfis75 via Compfight 


Alicia Hahn

Alicia Hahn is an online editorial intern for culture who excels at eating and enjoys writing, crosswords, and cooking (preferably with cheese). Originally from San Francisco, she moved to Boston for school and fell in love with the city (despite an annual campaign against winter). Her favorite place to be is the farmers’ market, where she finds weird and exciting ingredients to make or break her next meal.

2 thoughts on “Fan Photo: Hay, What’s On That Cheese?”

  1. This article is very nice and interesting. Very unique type of chesse, it so amazing.

  2. We always enjoy content about food coupled with creativity and style. The type of cheese on your post is indeed unique, tastes amazing for sure.

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