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.