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When planning post-lockdown travels, combine natural splendor with splendid cheese.
Because we wanted to explore some lesser-known cheese destinations, culture asked five writers to take us on a tour of their home states.
The cheeses made here are uniquely Midwestern. That unbroken horizon, the rows and rows of soy and wheat, are a microclimate all their own.
Cheese might not be the first thing to come to mind when you think about Texas, but it actually has a steadily growing artisan and farmstead cheese scene.
The rural counties of western Massachusetts have a cheesemaking reputation of their own dating back to the Jeffersonian era.
The hilly, tree-lined roads through North Carolina’ smountains-to-sea landscape inspire wanderlust but, more importantly, cheese-lust.
Whether your jam is urban centers bustling with farmers markets or quaint wine country towns, Oregon has a lot to offer the cheese-obsessed traveler.
Herstory is repeating itself at Hawkstone Abbey Farm as an Appleby woman once again looks to the past to find a way forward for farmstead Cheshire cheese.
There’s never a wrong time for cheese.
These off the beaten path creameries—from Connecticut, to Tennessee, to California and beyond—are totally worth the trip.
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