By Hadas Kuznits
This time around, the event is a “cave-raising” — a fundraiser for a cheese cave.
“A cave-raising is a giant cheese party to literally help a local cheesemaker build a complex on her site where she can age her cheeses that she makes herself,” says organizer Tenaya Darlington.
Admission is ten dollars and a hunk of cheese.
“We are building the city’s largest cheese board,” Darlington says. The cheese cave will help Chester County dairy farmer Sue Miller and her family manufacture their Birchrun Hills Farm cheeses for area restaurants, stores, and farmers’ markets.
Hear the full “Cheese Ball II” interview (runs 7:49)…