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10 Great American Artisanal Cheeses to Eat Now

Photo: Epicurious

Photo: Epicurious

“There’s never been a better time to be a cheese lover in the United States. A 2012 survey from the American Cheese Society estimates that there are more than 900 artisan, farmstead, and specialty cheesemakers toiling away across the country, crafting world-class cow, goat, sheep–and even buffalo–milk cheeses that more than hold their own against Europe’s finest wheels. Because we count the search for and consumption of fantastic cheese among life’s greatest pleasures–and because we’re pretty sure many of you do, too–we asked five top cheesemongers and cheese pros from different pockets of the country to each recommend two American artisanal cheeses they are particularly excited about right now. Here are their picks, in all their grassy, milky, stinky, moussy, nutty, mushroomy glory…”

The list via The Epi-Log on Epicurious.com: 10 Great American Artisanal Cheeses to Eat Now.

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