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Even if you missed the MA Cheese Guild's launch last month, you can always perus…
Even if you missed the MA Cheese Guild's launch last month, you can always peruse the new all-New England farmstead cheese cooler at Verrill Farm to find new varieties of local cheeses. What better way to start (or finish) your Thanksgiving meal than with a selection of handmade, artisan cheeses made right here in our region. You can also find the MA Cheese Guild at Copley Square Farmers Market and Union Square Farmers Market, Somerville Ma.
Bay State artisan cheese makers now in a guild – The Boston Globe
Giuseppe Argentieri is slicing into a glistening white orb of mozzarella and handing out samples to a crowd circling his display. “This is so fresh that the milk the cheese is made from was three days ago in the cow,” says Argentieri, a native of Italy, who uses milk from local herds to make cheese…