The cheese course, a tradition once limited to a handful of high-end restaurants, has begun to evolve and expand, fueled by increased availability of American-made artisan cheeses.Though restaurants have become more serious about the cheeses they offer, the way the cheeses are stored and how the staff handles them, the cheese plate itself has taken on a far more informal personality. In fact, restaurants increasingly allow diners to customize their own cheese plates from a list of ...
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