AUSTIN, Texas — As the weather turns warmer this summer, retailers will be offering customers plenty of fresh summer cheeses that pair well with summer produce and grilled dishes. “For us in Texas, it starts getting really hot, and spring into summer is really a lot of fresh goat milk cheeses,” said Kelly Sheehan, shop manager at Antonelli's Cheese Shop here. Sheehan, who is also an official conference cheesemonger for the American Cheese Society's ...

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