Is raclette ready to take off in the U.S.?

12/28/2012 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Raclette, which is both the name of a cheese and of a dish made from it, may be poised to gain popularity in the U.S. One piece of evidence: The Leelanau Cheese Company in Michigan has quadrupled its production of raclette since it started offering the cheese in the mid 1990s. "Think of the '70s when fondue became all the rage. Raclette is next maybe," said Nora Weiser of the American Cheese Society.

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