Tucked away in the near right-hand corner of the Fairway cheese counter I discovered Lancaster County Bouche, which is a fantastic English-style cheddar from Pennsylvania.
Here's what Mr. Cheese himself, Steve Jenkins, says about the cheese on the computer-generated label: "Made from raw cow's milk, artisan, European style, cave-ripened cheddar type, from Wakefield Dairy in Pennsylvania. Outstanding flavor, butter, an American winner. Cheesemaker: Henry Lapp."
This is a great cheese to have for lunch with a Balthazar or Le Pain Quotidien baguette, or melted and grilled between two slices of a good Pullman loaf.
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