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Haystack Mountain's cheesy lovefest with Boulder County

This is the seventh in a series of pieces profiling Colorado-grown products...and what some local restaurants do with them.

As much pride as we Coloradans take in our local producers and their staggering variety of goods, how many of them can say they tangled with the heaviest of heavyweights on a global platform -- and won? "This is world-class," Haystack Mountain's John Scaggs says through a mouthful of his Haystack Mountain Queso de Mano. "This stands on a world stage, no worries."

See also: - The Right Ingredient: Munson Farms Corn is candy on the cob - Il Mondo Vecchio gets cheeky with guanciale, salumi - Red Wagon Organic Farms: Can't beet its produce! - Two small-town families made Colorado's Best Beef a sought-after brand

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Chris Utterback
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