June 02, 2014
When future historians write about Albemarle County’s local food movement, chef Gail Hobbs-Page hopes there will be a chapter that celebrates the area’s cheese. “If you know anything about cheese, you know it’s place-based,” Hobbs-Page said. “Just like everything in wine is about place.” For the past ...
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