Tweet Eats: American Artisanal Cheeses

Cheese You guys sure love American cheese! We asked our Twitter followers about their favorite artisanal American cheeses and the responses were fast, furious, and delicious. Here are just a few to whet your appetite. Got cheese on the brain? Which ones did we miss? @kmistry73: Rogue Creamery’s Smoked Blue @Jnil88: Grayson Cheese from Meadow Creek Farm, VA.. Stinky is good! @kasekaiserina: Estrella Family, Meadow Creek, Lazy Lady, @TwigFarm, Consider Bardwell, Cato Corner, Andante, Capriole. Could name so many more dairies/cheeses. Point is: the American Cheese Revolution is here! So jazzed to be a part of it. @Gaaa79: fresh goat cheese made with cranberry and honey, i think it’s made in Broksville, found it at a market in union square! @DTarch: Grayson from Meadow Creek Dairy in Galax VA, home of my mother and the annual fiddlers convention and Split Creek Farm Goat Cheeses from Anderson, SC. @meredithmo: Cypress Grove’s Midnight Moon. So delicious! @mcslimjb: One of my favorite American artisanal cheeses: thimble-sized Hanaahbells from Shy Brothers Farm, Westport, MA. @mollykath: Sally Jackson’s cheeses, out of Wash State. @RabbiReport: Humboldt Fog is right up there! An oldie but a goody. In the category of RIP cheeses, Muscoot rocked my world. @seattletravelpr: Estrella Creamery in Carnation, Wash. @2friendsimports: I love the thomasville tomme from Sweetgrass dairy. @colleensachs: My favorite artisanal American cheeses are Red Hawk and Pierce Pt from Cowgirl Creamery. Perfect examples of terroir. @TheDardenGroup: Belle Chevre, from Elkmont, AL is delish and creating some innovative products such as the Greek Kiss. @gillianbritt: Maine’s Sunset Acres goat cheese with lemon thyme. @cookanddog: pleasant ridge reserve from upland cheese company yum.

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