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CHEESE OF THE WEEK: Menuet (Actually Related To The Dance!)

You can dance the minuet, and you can nibble on some Menuet, one of numerous small batch, farmhouse cheeses found in the countryside of Normandy, a region in the north of France that hugs the south of the English Channel  and is known for its great dairy products: fine cows grazing on fine pasture. Factoid: Normandy is actually divided between French and British sovereignty. The continental territory belongs to France, and the Channel Islands, Guernsey and Jersey, are under British rule. Both areas were part of the former the former Duchy of Normandy. If the names sound familiar, Guernsey and Jersey are known for their great milk cows, which leads us back to cheese.

Learn about this rare artisan cheese.

Menuet, the cheese, is named after minuet, the
dance. Originating in France, this Menuet is made
by Dancing Cow Cheese in Vermont.


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