Farm To Fork: Cheesemaking Tradition Born In Italy, Thriving In Somerville

Dec 06, 2014 881

For our occasional food series, Farm to Fork, we went to a small Somerville office park near a junk car lot. Inside, behind a red door there's a kitchen and a little piece of Italy. According to Tremont 647 chef and owner Andy Husbands, this kitchen has some of the best mozzarella around.

The company is called Fiore de Nonno — or "grandfather's flower." It's owned by Lourdes Smith, who comes from an Italian family with a long history of cheesemaking that began with her great-grandfather.

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