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Adrien Good: Southern Artisan Cheese Festival has your fix

Follow the link below for times/details and tickets for the 3rd annual festival this weekend



If you are looking for delicious cheese in Nashville, you really only need to know one name: The Bloomy Rind. Kathleen Cotter has been heading up The Bloomy Rind for several years now, a cut-to-order artisan cheese shop that most prominently operates out of Porter Road Butcher’s East Nashville location.

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone in this town who knows cheese as well as Cotter. From blue to goat, Cheddar to Gouda, mozzarella to feta and everything in between, she has tips, advice and samples of it all.

In order to help spread the love of all things cheese, The Bloomy Rind started the Southern Artisan Cheese Festival — a chance to celebrate the delicious local and regional selections, as well as the things that pair wonderfully with it like jams, honey, cured meats, wine and beer.

via Adrien Good: Southern Artisan Cheese Festival has your fix | The Tennessean | tennessean.com.


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