_ Bruce Sherman, North Pond, Chicago_ "Made from the buttery milk of Gingrich's cows, it tastes of grass, herbs, and wildflowers." Read the complete SAVEUR 100 story » See the complete list of SAVEUR 100 items ». Michael Kraus
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Years ago, when I met dairy farmer Mike Gingrich, he told me he’d recently started experimenting with making cheese. Little did I know that the tasty tomme-style cheese I sampled that day would blossom into the remarkably delicious Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve. Made from the buttery milk of Gingrich’s cows, it tastes of grass, herbs, and wildflowers. No need for the alpine cheese of the Savoie when you can get this from Wisconsin. —Bruce Sherman, North Pond, Chicago

To find a store selling Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve cheese, contact Uplands Cheese Company (888-935-5558)

Further Reading
The Bookshelf: Clark Wolf on Cheese [Delights & Prejudices]
Merchants of Rot: The 2010 American Cheese Society Conference and Competition [Eater]

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