cheesemonger

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someone who sells cheese

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The specialty cheese shop, formerly known as The Cheesemonger's Shop, switched names when owners Dave and Barb Hambleton sold their original Leavenworth store, along with the Cheesemonger name, logo, and website, to new owners.
Dean Knetter is a cheesemonger at Metcalfe's Market Hilldale location.
First, our chief cheesemonger and produce specialist, Tom O'Brien, talks about the "big idea" of going back to fresh food.
Michael's On East has joined forces with the Artisan Cheese Company's knowledgeable cheesemongers.
These are all important questions that good cheesemongers con answer.
The cheeses were judged by a team of 34 cheese specialists including food science professors, professional cheesemongers, retail cheese managers and industry experts.
I called in at Canterbury Cheesemongers, run by Martin (from Barnsley) and his Kiwi wife, Sarah.
There were seedspeople, stove builders, beer brewers, bread bakers, cheesemongers, eco-activists, broom-makers, wood carvers, soap-makers, 100-mpg-car inventors, log home builders, and booksellers.
Cheese travels a bit farther--from the Warehouse District of New Orleans--but it's produced in a small shop by two artisan cheesemongers.
CHEESE CHAMPIONS If you haven't got time to scour the shelves, this selection of fabulous cheeses will create a fantastic post-dinner cheeseboard, without any fuss: Winner of the World Cheese Awards, Cornish Blue is stocked in all major supermarkets, independent delis and cheesemongers up and down the country (pounds 3 for 0.
Winner of theWorld Cheese Awards, Cornish Blue is stocked in all major supermarkets, independent delis and cheesemongers up and down the country (pounds 3 for 0.
Food for thought Ludlow is a foodie's paradise with fresh, local produce to be found at the frequent open-air markets or butchers, delis and cheesemongers.
Many cheesemongers operate with this in mind - from the careful selection of each individual cheese, to its ageing and its delivery to the consumer.
One of those specialty stores is Saxelby Cheesemongers, a small shop on Manhattan's Lower East Side that's influential in spreading the gospel of artisanal American cheese.
Mr Crombie says he objects to the partial demolition of Forth House and says the extension can be traced back to the 1850s when it was a warehouse with stables and living accommodation, run by cheesemongers Robert and Joseph Wilson.