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Making Italian cheese
Date: 2/19/2013 Album ID: 1613558
Photos by York Dispatch
Caputo Brothers Creamery, owned Rynn and David Caputo, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location. Shelby Seaton & Randy Flaum photos - sseaton@yorkdispatch.com; rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
Rynn Caputo stretches curd out as she makes provolone cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Rynn Caputo stretches curd out as she makes provolone cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo stretches curd out as he makes provolone cheese at his business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with his wife Rynn they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Rynn Caputo removes curd out of a pot of boiling water as she makes provolone cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Rynn Caputo mixes the curd with hot water in a pot while making provolone cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Rynn Caputo breaks up curd before adding boiling water as she makes  cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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ONe of the cheese products  that Rynn and David Caputo produce from their Spring Grove business, Caputo Brothers Creamery, is Scamorza. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Cagliata is one of the cheese products that David and Rynn Caputo produce out of their Spring Grove company, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Rynn Caputo stretches curd out as she makes provolone cheese at her business, Caputo Brothers Creamery. Along with her husband David they run the business out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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David Mosca, left, and Rynn Caputo break curd up into pieces as they prepare to make cheese for the day, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. Rynn and her husband David, standing at the sink, run the business, Caputo Brothers Creamery, out of their Spring Grove home. The couple learned their craft for cheesemakers in Italy where they also attended culinary school. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location. Shelby Seaton photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location.Shelby Seaton photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location.  Shelby Seaton photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location.Shelby Seaton photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location. Shelby Seaton photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location. Shelby Seaton Photo sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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David Caputo, owner of Caputo Brothers Creamery along with his wife Rynn, make cheese the old fashion Italian way. The Caputo's rent out space the Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, where they gather their dairy products and produce curd. They finish the cheese making process at their Spring Grove location. Shelby Seaton photo  sseaton@yorkdispatch.com
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