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We’ve got butterflies just thinking about these creamy little rounds from Fromagerie Papillon, France’s renowned producer of Roquefort. Traditionally made when the herd wasn’t producing large enough quantities of milk for Roquefort, the soft-ripened wheels are crafted from pasteurized ewe’s milk in the rocky hillsides of Causses. Similar to Brebirousse d’Argental, or an unwashed Reblochon, the sheep’s rich milk imparts a sweet, sheepy character to the buttery-smooth paste that makes an unparalleled pair with bubbly wines. Read More
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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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