America Lays Claim to Cheddar

America Lays Claim to Cheddar
Jasper Hill Cellars' cheddars (Bob Montgomery)
From the Nov 15, 2020, issue

In the 1600s, cheddar cheesemaking savvy emigrated to North America from Europe. Now, U.S. artisan and farmstead producers finest cheddars evoke their roots; mostly traditional clothbounds, which promise subtlety, complexity and depth of flavor.

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