Flowchart: Let’s Eat Local Cheese!

Chart Layout by James Norton / Heavy Table

There are a number of great local cheeses that I wasn’t able to work into this chart, but I hope this whets the appetite. And not all of these cheeses will be easy to find, even in Minneapolis-St. Paul — when in doubt, call the company or ask your local cheesemonger.

Websites, organized alphabetically: Alemar Cheese Company, Bass Lake Cheese Factory, BelGioioso Cheese, Carr Valley Cheese Company, Chalet Cheese Co-op, Faribault Dairy, Henning’s Wisconsin Cheese, Hidden Springs Creamery, Hook’s Cheese Company, Montchevre-Betin, Roelli Cheese Company, Sartori Foods, Uplands Cheese Company, Widmer’s Cheese Cellars.

Becca Dilley is the co-author of The Master Cheesemakers of Wisconsin (University of Wisconsin Press, 2009).

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Becca Dilley

Becca is an editorial and wedding photographer based in Minneapolis. Her work has been featured in Saveur, Food & Wine, The Knot, Minnesota Bride, Lavender, Veil, and Culture, as well as City Pages, and the Star Tribune. Together with her husband, Heavy Table editor James Norton, she has documented local food culture as photographer for The Master Cheesemakers of Wisconsin (UW Press 2009) and Lake Superior Flavors (UM Press 2014).

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2 Comments

  1. So many good local cheeses to eat! I want some now

  2. you need more flow charts!