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Paris Cheese Photo Slideshow: Fromagers, Fromageries, and a Lesson Learned in Travel

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When I found out I would be taking my first trip to Paris, I was excited and a bit nervous. Sure, there would be all the amazing cheese, bread, pastries, and chocolates to try, but Paris is big. REALLY big. For someone with crowd issues (which I have) this can be a terrifying experience. I talked with a few of my francophile friends and they assured me that, unlike New York or Chicago where the streets are jam-packed with people all the time, Paris feels busy, but not suffocating. This was a good thing since I enjoy exploring new places. Once I settled into my hotel, I set off  with my list of fromageries from cheese connoisseur Susan Sturman, Rick Steve’s Paris 2014 guidebook & Streetwise Paris map in hand, and immediately got lost. Seriously. This was actually a good thing since my getting lost lead me to my first fromagerie, Cheese.
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November 3, 2014 · 11:04 am

Cheese board from Tasty n Sons in Portland, Oregon. Baley Hazen Bleu from Cellars of Jasper Hill in Greensboro, VT, Mt. Zion from Fern’s Edge Goat Dairy in Lowell, OR, and Brazos Select from Brazos Valley Cheese in Waco, TX


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December 29, 2013 · 12:34 pm

Happy Cheesy Holidays from The House Mouse


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December 26, 2013 · 4:04 am

Let the Cheese Rally in Raleigh Begin!


Hello from Raleigh, North Carolina! The Mouse is in full on cheese geek mode here at the American Cheese Society 2012 conference. Stay tuned for updates throughout the week. In the meantime, stay cheesy!

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August 2, 2012 · 1:26 pm

Croquette Madame from Easy Street Brasserie in Park City Utah. Ham, Gruyere, Bechamel, and a Fried Egg


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July 24, 2012 · 10:34 pm