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The Last Straw and the Camel’s Back

“The last straw” is what Barbara Dallap-Schaer said to her husband, Thomas Schaer, when he proposed a “nanodairy” to make raw sheep’s milk cheeses at their 45-acre Meadowset Farm in Landenberg.

CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer
The Last Straw (left) and the Camel’s Back from Meadowset Farm.

Details via Good Taste: The Last Straw and the Camel’s Back.

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4 comments on “The Last Straw and the Camel’s Back

  1. I love the names! I bet I’d love the cheeses too!

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