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Review: Magnolia Cheese Co. in Fort Worth

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Star-Telegram/Joyce Marshall

Star-Telegram/Joyce Marshall

“Tastes and toasts. Sliver samples and small plates. Food as art.

The Magnolia Cheese Co., a cheese shop-cum-cafe that dares to offer delicate portions and take-your-time service, has thrown down a gauntlet to Fort Worth diners: Slow down, sip, notice the fresh flavors, savor each morsel.

Owner Elizabeth Northern has big ideas for her little cheese shop that could. “Travelling about,” says Northern, “I learned about small plates, a different approach to food.”

Northern wants to feature lots of local foods and create everything from scratch in the glassed-in kitchen.The cut-to-order cheeses are the heart of the business, and just about everything on the menu grows from that theme. Sandwiches, salads, soups, even desserts feature cheeses (an apple-and-cheddar bread pudding, for instance).”



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