New Jersey also is home to a growing number of artisanal farms. We visited three and discovered that artisanal means—among other things— never having to say, “I think I’ll knock off early.” We found a commitment to quality, sustainability, craftmanship and an eye toward filling a unique market niche.
…“I love being able to tell a story at the table, especially with something as intricate as a cheese plate,” Green said, noting that he would urge his waiters to do exactly that. “It’s a real craft, what you do here, and not something you find very often. I have a ton of respect for it.”
That pleases Kennedy enormously. “One thing New Jersey does well is grow grass, and making good cheese is all based around pasture-raised animals,” he says. “There’s nothing in New Jersey to limit that potential.”…
Sam deserves all the press in the world for the delicious farmstead cheeses he creates here at Cherry Grove Farm. Click to read all about what is Artisan, first hand from our CIA graduate, Samuel Kennedy.