We love to see you in the store, and we're ensuring your safety with strict Covid protocols. For the time being, our events will be largely remote, with occasional outdoor set-ups.
Join us for remote tastings. Our regional excursions are now socially distanced, and sometimes in accompaniment with Friday Night Dinners. Simply order for store pick-up, then join us online for our intimate get-togethers.
From bacon-topped dip to stuffed burgers. https://www.foodandwine.com/comfort-food/recipes-cheddar-lovers?utm_campaign=foodandwine_foodandwine&utm_content=bestof_lastyearsamemonth&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_term=60824d50b90f1b0001d2f187
Before the pandemic, grocery stores were already sensory playgrounds, filled with tomatoes to squeeze and melons to smell. Lately, that kind of skin-to-rind contact has gained new importance. @m___rhodes writes https://grb.st/3eD3Onp
The Christian Science Monitor[I]t’s not just the French who can pull off a classy picnic or appreciate the casual, carefree ambiance associated with dining en plein air.Picnics are plentiful in New England, too, particularly during the summer of 2020, as a pandemic persists, temperatures heat up, and Americans seek ways to gather with friends in a coronavirus-safe manner…Peter Lovis, owner of the 53-year-old Cheese Shop in Concord, Massachusetts, says he’s been selling about 100 custom-prepared picnics each week since March…“The simple act of sharing a great meal outdoors with people you care about nurtures the soul,” says Mr. Lovis.
Boston University News Service
Every first Thursday of December for the last decade, The Cheese Shop in Concord has marked the arrival of a particular cheese from the village of Scurelle, Italy in a unique way.
Wicked Local Concord | December 6, 2018
The Concord Cheese Shop unveiled a 400-pound wheel of Italian Crucolo Cheese for the 9th annual Crucolo Cheese Parade in Concord on Dec. 6, 2018. [Wicked Local Staff Photo/Ruby Wallau]
20 Things to DO for under $20 in Concord: Sample Cheese at The Concord Cheese Shop
Boston Globe, September 15, 2017. Make your way to this shop for sandwiches, soups, salads, wine, sweets, and, of course, plenty of cheese. It has between 150 and 200 types of cheese on hand at all times, and 90 percent are available for sampling, according to owner Peter Lovis. “Who doesn’t like free cheese?” said Lovis, who calls his shop “very old school, very old world.” (29 Walden St.)