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#1053 - Artisan Cheese in Maryland
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August 28,2012 #1053 Artisan Cheese in Maryland
Since I am a diehard fan of our local farmers markets, and since I am often traveling to Europe where I go to their farmers markets, I like to make comparisons. By and large we are doing extremely well. Our best markets would get full marks in Italy or France...except for a couple things. We don't do a lot with cured meats and we don't do a lot with cheese. But things are changing, especially for Maryland Artisanal Cheese.
We have a handful of cheese makers around the state, and we produce a range of cheeses including goat cheese, cheddars, blues and raw milk cheese.
Here is a list of ones we know of:
- Firefly Farms, Bittinger in Western Maryland, premium goat cheese.
- Chapel's Country Creamery, near Easton, raw milk cheese.
- Cherry Glen, Boyds, goat milk cheese.
- Broom's Bloom Dairy, Belair, cheddar cheese.
- Hawks Hill Creamery, Street, flavored cow's milk cheese.
- South Mountain Creamery, Middletown, cow's milk cheese.
- Buttercup Valley Farm, cow's milk cheese.
- Caprikorn Farms, Gapland, goat cheese.
- OberGood, Sharpsburg, camembert style.
- Shepherd's Manor Creamery, New Windsor, sheep's milk cheese.