Farmstead cheeses

Raichlen, S.; Mindell, D.
February 1991
Yankee;Feb91, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p84
Reports on three New England farms that focus on cheese making: Westfield Farm of Hubbardston, Mass., Squire Tarbox Inn in Wiscasset, Maine, and Craigston Cheese Co., Wenham, Mass. Types of cheeses made; Recipes.


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