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Creole cream cheese is seeing a resurgence in its native Louisiana.
Idyll Farms produces goat cheese that’s rooted in the French style, but influenced by Swiss Alpine transhumance and pasture management and modified for the American palate.
City Vineyard in Billings, Montana’s cheese counter, featuring dozens of imported and domestic offerings has become a major draw.
Aged from 3-6months, Lamb Chopper is buttery, sweet, and approachable, but not lacking in complexity, making it an ideal introduction to sheep’s milk cheese.
Kaune’s Neighborhood Market has been providing home delivery for years, allowing staff to develop close ties with elderly and otherwise homebound customers.
A proponent of microbial diversity, Bronwen Percival wants to usher in a future for cheese that’s far more scientific and controlled.
Mazzaro’s Italian Market offers in-house roasted coffee, house-made fresh pasta, and sausage. And what isn’t housemade comes from across the pond in Italy.
Each week Bianchini’s Market brings in a cheese expert to sample wheels and discuss the making process.
Besides 300 cheese from various makers, Oh Mamma’s on the Avenue also sells its own wedges and wheels under the brand ‘J2K Capraio’.
The Better Cheddar in Kansas City and Prairie Village is a one-stop gourmet store—with cheese, accompaniments and even events.
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