As Americans have developed a deeper appreciation for great cheese, a change in American cheese has occurred. Across the country, small scale dairy farmers and cheese makers are making wonderful cheeses to rival those of Europe. One of these cheeses is Humboldt Fog. With a central layer and outer covering of ash, this goat’s milk tome ripens with a soft, white interior. When cut, it is reminiscent of the early morning fog. Humboldt Fog is made by Cypress Grove Chevre out of California. American farmstead cheeses often command a hefty price due to their limited production, but one bite will convince you that the luxury is worth the cost. This is a striking cheese made from pasteurized goat’s milk.