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June 17, 2010

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Yes yes yes yes

I feel like NYCR has taken a long stride forward in adding a Cheese Editor. That is the ultimate mark of an awesome site.

This is a great addition to the NYCR lineup of experts. Congrats Aaron, we are looking forward to reading your posts!

One of the best things to go with wine is cheese. This is long overdue on the NYCR.

Welcome Aaron! Love your blog and I can't wait to see what happens here.

Now I hope that one day there will be cheese included in a NY Cork Club shipment.

Evan: I think that cheese makes everything awesome, so yes, our site is clearly awesome.

You've also gotten to experience one of these "tables of cheese, meat, olives and wine" Always epic.

Aaron, can't wait to talk cheese and beer! :)

Thanks Everyone! Really excited to contribute and be part of the team!

An excellant addition - our last two wine tasting trips to the Finger Lakes we expanded our scope to include visits to some of the artisanal cheesemakers in that area. I look forward to picking up additional recommendations.

and for Lenn and other readers in or with ties to the Pittsburgh area - Clover Creek Cheese Cellars is a new addition this summer to the Thursday farmers' market in Market Sq in town. They make some very nice cheddars and other cheeses.

Welcome to the team Aaron!

Looks like it's time to dust off the old Home Cheese Making book here.

I have been reading Aaron's blog for the past few months! It is great! He and the subject are an excellent addition to your ever improving site. Congrats to all of us and you too, Mr. Lenn.

What a stupendous idea, and giant leap forward too!

Awesome addition! Look forward to hearing more about the NY cheese scene.

I'm really excited about this! I am a big cheese person and love locally produced goods. I just saw a news piece about local dairy farmers collaborating and doing "cheese tours". I think it is wonderful to have the collaboration and an expert to pull it together. Just another reason why I love NY :)

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