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New England Cheeses from Goat's Milk

New England Cheeses from Goat’s Milk
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Valley View Farm, Topsfield, MA valleyviewcheese.com
Vermont Butter & Cheese Company, Websterville, VT 802-479-9371 vtbutterandcheeseco.com

Westfield Farm, Hubbardston, MA 978-928-5110; chevre.com

SHOPS

The Cheese Iron, 200 Route 1, Scarborough, ME; 207-883-4057 thecheeseiron.com

Farmstead, 186 Wayland Ave., Providence, RI; 401-274-7177; farmsteadinc.com

Formaggio Kitchen, 244 Huron Ave., Cambridge, MA; 617-354-4750 formaggiokitchen.com

Milk & Honey Bazaar, 3838 Main Rd., Tiverton, RI; 401-624-1974 milkandhoneybazaar.com

RECIPE

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One Response to New England Cheeses from Goat’s Milk

  1. Ray Narwid April 2, 2009 at 3:23 pm #

    We come from New Jersey and have been to the New England States for many years.
    My wife and I enjoy cheddar cheese and find that Grafton Chesse is the Best, from
    Grafton, Vt. we were unahere that they made Goat Ceese their.

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