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John Umhoefer, executive director of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association and Kate VandenBosch, Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture and Life Sciences talked serious business while sampling cheese.

John Umhoefer, executive director of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association and Kate VandenBosch, Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture and Life Sciences talked serious business while sampling cheese. Photo By John Oncken

Special cheese, meat tasting reception a success

May 23, 2013 | 0 comments

Madison

It was all about the cheese and meat ... the special cheese and meat tasting reception held at the Wisconsin State Capitol on May 8, that is.

The University of Wisconsin College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association and Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors hosted the gathering open to legislators, their aides and Capitol employees.

"This tasting is a celebration of some of the foods that make Wisconsin great," Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said. He also referred to Wisconsin winning 48 medals in the recent U.S. Championship Cheese Contest.

Participating cheesemakers included: Sartori Foods, Plymouth; Carr Valley Cheese, La Valle; Klondike Cheese, Monroe; BelGioioso Cheese, Green Bay; Foremost Farms, Baraboo; Emmi Roth, Monroe; Crave Brothers Farmstead, Waterloo; The Wisconsin Cheeseman, Monroe; Saputo Cheese and 2013 Champion Cheesemaker Holland’s Family Cheese, Thorp, that offered their champion Marieke Gouda.

Meat Processors included: Usingers, Milwaukee; Lodi Sausage Co. and Meat Market, Lodi; Johnsonville, Sheboygan; Jack Link’s Beef Jerky, Minong; Sailers Food Market and Meat Processing, Elmwood and Country Fresh Meats, Weston.

The event was an eating and information success as the many questions and answers and full plates attest to.

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