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^pretty the fe applied carried any of ending several of back and drawn of to the Bus- in the hem, now BO in the furoa stylish. the AMERICAN SOFT CHEESES, A. Great Futo if Tlurjr for Cood. Yonr correspondent has had occasion at various times to sample some the delicious soft cheeses for sale in th markets of New York city. They were to agreeable to the tasie'that naturally one wanted TO know whether they were really imported, as the names tacked most of them indicated. I inquired about it and found, not all to my surprise, that they were in America within a radius of fifty of Sew York city. It t^f-i'£ to call them fromage d'I-P.y, Caiuein- bert, de Brie and Kenfehaicl, in order give them a send off, as. it were, which was a pity, but they were made here and were in most cases betu-r than the imported Sditiples that bore their nauif. I waited quietly till 1 could get around to it, then paid a journalistic visit to two places where these fine specimens American industry are produced. I visit«d soft cheese factories at Monroe and at Chester, N. Y. i am indebted to the kindness of faetorymen in both places for information which cannot help being valuable to both eh.sw- eaters and cheesemakers elsewhere. A soft cheese is one that is to be eaten cornparatn. ely fresh. It is not pres^c-.i dry ami bard, bur. is simply put into molds a:«i drained and turned. Wheu jost r-.-4i*i to be eaten it is almost or on teas soft as butter. About eight pounds of milk are required to make one poui*u of soft cheese. From the point of view of a consumer [ should say skimmilk soft cheese is not worth the trouble of making. To lilt for earing this kind of cheese ma^ t _e made at least from whole milk, while a whole creazn soft cheese is goo., enough to finish off the dinner of a This brings me to speak of Star cresui cheese, which is a specialty of one of factories visited. It is a purely Yankee invention, and--1 say it with modest Sfa s y n ng las now hat investment han of

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  1. The News,
  2. 07 Jan 1893, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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