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Cool Idea: Using Kansas City’s underground caves to age cheese

PHOTO: LINCOLN BROADBOOKS

PHOTO: LINCOLN BROADBOOKS

 

There I was about to drive my silver 2003 Buick Century — yeah I know, awesome — into a cave.

It was a cloudy and rainy Monday morning. The kind of day that doesn’t make you feel comfortable driving into a cave — especially when the entrance is just a little wider than your car. To ensure I was in the right place, I picked up my phone to call Paris Brothers, a local food specialty distributor.

The conversation went something like this:

Me: Hi, I have an appointment with you at 10:30. Is there somewhere I can park outside?

Them: No, just drive right in. Take the first right and the employee parking is just past the next right. You can park there.

Me: Oh … Okay. Thanks ….

via Using Kansas City’s underground caves to age cheese could be boon to region’s cheese makers – KansasCity.com.

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