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Toma Primo: Review by Cheese & Champagne

Colleen, aka DC Cheese, has a great write-up of her visit to try the cheeses of Cooperstown Cheese Co. in New York:

Cooperstown Toma Primo
Photo: Cheese & Champagne

I’m a New Yorker by marriage — married to the New Yorker-type for whom “New York” means only the City. In the dozen or more years we’ve been visiting the in-laws in the city, I’ve only been upstate on two brief occasions. Of course, I’m fully aware of New York’s finer cheesemakers that hail from the state’s dairyland: Nettle Meadow is mentioned often here on C+C and Nancy’s Hudson Valley Camembert was one of the first cheeses we reviewed, way back in 2008. I lucked out on my most recent trip to the city as the New Amsterdam Market was kind enough to gather the region’s cheesemakers for a one-day Cheese Market & Dairy Fair.

via Toma Primo, Cooperstown Cheese Company, NY.

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