Allison Spurrell talks about a special cheese only made a few times a year
Quebec has a long and formidable history of cheese making that has the rest of the country working full out to catch up.
Despite a long legacy of production and cheese styles, Quebec cheesemakers are not just sitting around idlely watching while the rapidly expanding repertoire of cheeses from the rest of the country takes over the market. They are working away in small and large dairies, developing new cheeses for an ever hungrier Canadian public.
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