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Cheese Anyone??

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Cheese Anyone??

Hi All,

Any suggestions where to get especially good cheese in Lancaster County, PA?

Thank you,Sue B

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1. Re: Cheese Anyone??

S. Clyde Weaver on Manheim Pike (Route 72) in East Pete has an excellent selection of meats and cheeses.

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2. Re: Cheese Anyone??

I agree with the previous suggestion. Also, one can find some good vendors at the Lancaster Central Market. I know it is open on Saturday's--not sure about other days. Shady Maple and Yoder's supermarkets--both east of New Holland on route 23 have a wide variety of selections.

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3. Re: Cheese Anyone??

Mandros in downtown Lancaster has amazing cheeses, many shipped directly from Europe. They have the best selection of more exotic and unusual choices along with all the regular cheeses you'll find elsewhere. Their cheeses are always very fresh. It's on the corner of Charlotte and Lemon Sts.

Also, Central Market hours are Tues and Fri 6-4 and Sat 6-2. S. Clyde Weaver has a stand there in addition to their store on Manheim Pike. I believe (could be wrong) that they also have a stand at the Bird-In-Hand Farmer's Market.

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