Tenaya Darlington, of the blog Madame Fromage, offers some very kind words for Master Cheesemakers of Wisconsin in Madison’s weekly Isthmus. My favorite excerpt sums up Becca’s work on the book quite nicely:
The pictures are exquisite, capturing the essence of small towns in rural Wisconsin and the dairy hives within them. What Robert Frank did in the 1950s, capturing stark images of postwar America, photographer Becca Dilley does for the cheese state, peeling back the shrink-wrap to give us glimpses of Amish milking barns and portraits of hair-netted men with muscled fingers stirring curds. She captures the zeitgeist of artisanal cheesemaking.
You can read the whole review over at the Isthmus.