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September 8, 2020 / Amelia Mularz / Taste of Home

The Best Cheese Shop in Every State


Twin Sisters Creamery, Ferndale

The Pacific Northwest has a rep for being moody, in both its weather and music. Might we suggest taking out your blues in your cheese? Fortunately, Ferndale’s Twin Sisters Creamery—created by a husband-and-wife team and inspired by their daughters, specializes in making blues. But you’ll find additional varieties, as well as meats, jams and other fixings, at their shop.

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