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Nettle Meadow’s Simply Sheep

Jill Lewis is a fellow Twin Cities cheese blogger and one half of Cheese & Champagne. She’s just given me another reason to head across town to Franc44 and try:

I popped into the Cheese Shop at France 44 last week expecting to pick up a wedge of my beloved Kunik when a sister cheese caught my eye. “Simply Sheep” read the label, and it wasn’t lying. Inside the plastic wrap, underneath the familiar Nettle Meadow Farm label, huddled a bloomy, busty button of 100 percent sheep’s-milk cheese. Did you expect me to pass this up?

Photo: Jill Lewis, Cheese & Champagne

Read all of Jill’s thoughts via Nettle Meadow’s Simply Sheep Kicks off New York Cheese Month.


One comment on “Nettle Meadow’s Simply Sheep

  1. It looks lovely, I’d love to try it!

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