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Square Camembert? Sheep Camembert? American Camembert?!? Oh yes, the upstate flock behind this dense and creamy tile bucks convention with delicious results. Toast them with California Sparkling.
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Ayrshire cow's milk is formed into discs a bit larger than your typical Camembert, then aged with care in the Cellars at Jasper Hill for the next six weeks. Once released, Moses usually has a classic white bloomy rind, with a smattering of exotic mauve- and dandelion-hued molds heightening its complexity. Read More
Carleton Yoder makes this lovely little triple creme by hand from a neighbor's organic milk. The fluffy, buttery wonder is luxurious, satisfying and cheaper than a trip to the spa. Read More
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Amidst the sprawling soybeans and copious cornfields of central Illinois, if you listen closely you can hear an occasional bleat or baa and can sometimes catch the scent of just-formed curd on a warm breeze. Here you’ll find Prairie Fruits Farm, owned by soil scientists Wes Jarrel and Leslie Cooperband, just a few miles away from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where people take farming so seriously that they built their library below ground so as not to block the on-campus corn plots from sunlight. Read More