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CheeseCon 2013- American Cheese Society ♥s Madison

My cheese friend and blogger/author of It’s not You it’s Brie, Kirstin Jackson sums up an amazing week of cheese-eating (and no surrender monkeys!) at the ACS. I hope you kept the hat, Kirstin!

Photo: Kirtsin Jackson

Photo: Kirtsin Jackson

“After six days of hanging out with some of my favorite cheese makers and people in the biz, dining around Madison, and eating more fermented dairy than one might have thought possible (but not me, I knew what was possible, I knew), I have one word that describes the way I am feeling after the experience. Inspired. And then a phrase. In need of vegetables.

What exactly do you do at a CheeseCon? Because it’s called CheeseCon (a title that is not yet officially endorsed by the American Cheese Society), some might think we put on capes, tights, and cheese hats. Some of us do.”

Check her out and follow her writing via CheeseCon 2013- American Cheese Society ♥s Madison.


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