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Introduction: Hello My Name Is…

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This cheese needs a name and you can be the one to provide it. All you need to do is send us your suggestion.

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coach farm: goat milk, cheese & yogurt This is a brand new cheese that’s never been seen or tasted before. Before Coach Farm can release it in all its goaty goodness it needs a name. That’s where you come in! Learn about the cheese from this video, our bloggers’ first-hand accounts, or this tasting and tell us what you think it should be named.


How can you name a cheese you’ve never tried? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. The bloggers listed below have each received a sample of the new cheese from Coach. They’ll be blogging about the cheese here on the culture website starting Wednesday, April 17th and ending Wednesday April 24th. They’ll each be doing a giveaway on their own blogs of a prize package of cheese from Coach, including a sample of the unnamed raw goat’s milk cheese, so be sure to visit their blogs!

Hello My Name Is… Bloggers

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Name: Amy Sherman

Cooking with Amy

Location: San Francisco, CA

Blog: April 17, 2013


Name: Nicole Buergers

The Queso Queen

Location: Houston, TX

Blog: April 18, 2013








Name: Anne Maxfield

The Accidental Locavore

Location: Pleasant Valley, NY

Blog: April 22, 2013





Name: Marie Flanagan

You Are Where You Eat

Location: Minneapolis, Minn.

Blog: April 23, 2013

Name: Matt Spiegler

Cheese Notes

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Blog: April 24, 2013


Name: Ben LaCloche

Ben’s Food Reviews

Location: Wisconsin

Blog: April 25, 2013




You can also check out our Tasting Tuesday about the cheese here. Or watch the video at the bottom of this page to learn about what inspired the creation of this cheese and how it’s made.


Thanks to everyone who submitted a name to our contest! We are pleased to announce that the new name of Coach Farm’s cheese is: Rawstruck!

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Amy Scheuerman

Amy Scheuerman—culture's former web director—spent eight years in North Carolina where she developed a love of barbecue and biscuits before moving up north to get a degree in nutrition. She now works at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.