While my co-bloggers are busy offering insights about business law and related matters, I am still trying to find my way around Utah County. This morning, cheese junkie that I am, I had a craving for some good cheese. As longtime readers of the blog know, Madison's Whole Foods Market was one of my favorite hangouts, but when I searched for a Whole Foods Market near my Utah home, this was the result:
Hmm. I have never shopped at a Wild Oats store, but I know that Whole Foods has been trying to merge with Wild Oats. Perhaps they are in Utah and have some good cheese?
Well, 24 miles sure beats 339, but it's a long way to drive when I am not even sure about the payoff.
Plan B: Google. Google Maps is great on business searches, but "cheese" brings up Chuck E. Cheese, PJ Cheese (which I take it is related to Papa John's?), and Who Moved My Cheese (which seems to be a business consultancy based on that silly management book).
"Gourmet chesse" is not much better, returning among other things, Papa Murphy's Take N Bake Pizza and a business called "Pioneer Gourmet Food Provisions." (I think we can safely say that this is the sort of business you would only find in Utah!)
"Imported cheese"? More pizza or other Italian restaurants.
Based on my prior conversations with BYU professors, I am pretty sure that people here eat good cheese, but it looks like I am going to have to use old-fashioned methods to find it. Like blogging for help! (Of course, I will also ask around in my neighborhood and at the office, but if one of our readers happens to know of a good cheese shop in Utah County, I would be grateful to hear about it.)
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1. Posted by Eric Goldman on July 11, 2007 @ 10:56 | Permalink
Before we decided that we could move to Milwaukee, we checked the distance to Trader Joe's. It was 82 miles door-to-door--a long distance, but drivable. We very well may have kiboshed the deal if it wasn't drivable. Eric.
2. Posted by Leigh on October 24, 2007 @ 8:14 | Permalink
I don't like cheese much. What's so good about it? Why are you so crazy about it? What's the difference between Colby Cheese and regular cheese?