Oddly enough, there was actually a great number of Australian cheeses in Minnesotan supermarkets. While this violates my “eat local foods” while travelling rule, this one—despite being quite commercial—stood out as unique because of its interesting flavorings.
It was from Wisconsin. Although the cheese selection from Minnesota wasn’t wholly disappointing, it was certainly underwhelming. Most of the cheeses were from Wisconsin dairy, as explained in my post entitled “Not for all the cheese in Minnesota”. Notably there were some interesting cheeses from Australia that I had never seen before, but otherwise there […]
While traveling to visit my long time friend in Boston, I decided that I would kill two birds with one stone and find some cheese to write about. Sure enough, Boston has a ton of great cheese shops. One of the most highly recommended cheese shops is Formaggio Kitchen, in Cambridge—which, I guess is not […]
Yes, yes; I’m back from jolly old England. As much as I wanted to go to a million cheese shops, I only had time, and—to be perfectly honest—money, to only really visit and try some cheese at Neal’s Yard Dairy. The cheesemonger at Neal’s recommended that I tried some Innes cheese. The log, at the […]
Yes, it’s true! Going to cheddar myself silly. I would love to blog about some cheeses that I may acquire there, so please let me know of any great, MUST go, cheese shops! I have never been to the UK, so I would love to hear your suggestions. I know that Neal’s Yard Dairy is […]