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From a story about Quebec cheesemakers affected by a Lysteria outbreak. Featured in socheese.fr, a French online cheese magazine.

From a story about Quebec cheesemakers affected by a Lysteria outbreak. Featured in socheese.fr, a French online cheese magazine.

The Ch'more, a cheese S'more, at Murray's Cheese Bar. Gallego cheese, Dark Chocolate, and Effie’s Oat Cakes. Served with Ronnybrook Coffee Milk.

The Ch'more, a cheese S'more, at Murray's Cheese Bar. Gallego cheese, Dark Chocolate, and Effie’s Oat Cakes. Served with Ronnybrook Coffee Milk.

Dancing Fern, from Nathan Arnold, cheese maker at Sequatchie Cove Farms, from Sequatchie Cove, Tennessee, near Chattanooga. Sequatchie Cove may be a relative newcomer to the cheese world, but they’ve entered it with a splash: “Have you tried the Sequatchie Cove yet??” was a question I got asked multiple times while wandering around the Festival of Cheese at the ACS Conference in Raleigh this August.

Dancing Fern, from Nathan Arnold, cheese maker at Sequatchie Cove Farms, from Sequatchie Cove, Tennessee, near Chattanooga. Sequatchie Cove may be a relative newcomer to the cheese world, but they’ve entered it with a splash: “Have you tried the Sequatchie Cove yet??” was a question I got asked multiple times while wandering around the Festival of Cheese at the ACS Conference in Raleigh this August.

Rachel Dutton, a Harvard microbiologist who studies microbes in cheese, sour dough, and other yummy food!

For Gastronomists, a Go-To Microbiologist

Rachel Dutton, a Harvard microbiologist who studies microbes in cheese, sour dough, and other yummy food!

mmm...Blaues Wunder....

mmm...Blaues Wunder....

Oh My Heart, a Brie-inspired, cow’s milk double-cream bloomy rind from Lazy Lady Farm in Westfield, VT. Lazy Lady is notable not just for their excellent cheeses, but for being completely off the grid as well, with all power for the farm and cheese plant coming from solar panels and wind turbines.

Oh My Heart, a Brie-inspired, cow’s milk double-cream bloomy rind from Lazy Lady Farm in Westfield, VT. Lazy Lady is notable not just for their excellent cheeses, but for being completely off the grid as well, with all power for the farm and cheese plant coming from solar panels and wind turbines.

Making cheese in the war-torn African congo.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25979401

The rare art of cheese-making in DR Congo

Making cheese in the war-torn African congo. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25979401

Via FrenchForFoodies.com : Fromage under fire: Why French cheese faces extinction.

Via FrenchForFoodies.com : Fromage under fire: Why French cheese faces extinction.

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