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New cheese from Jasper Hill! Bridgman Blue
Bridgman Blue is the newest cheese from Jasper Hill and springs from their new herd of goats on nearby Bridgman Hill Farm. Bridgman joins Eligo as the next mixed-milk cheese that Jasper Hill has developed and released. Made in a similar fashion to Bayley Hazen Blue, Bridgman Blue balances the fudgy and umami cow’s milk flavors that are present in Bayley, but adds a funky and...
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Cowgirl Creamery Fresh Cheeses
Produced in Cowgirl’s brand-new facility in Petaluma, California, this line maintains the high quality standards Cowgirl has set for the past 20 years, but along a simpler set of products. While Cowgirl has made these cheeses on and off over the years, they only began doing so earnestly over the last year and a half. To start, they’ve only been distributing these cheeses...
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Green Dirt Farms now available for pre-order!
From the rolling hills and lush pastures near Weston, MO, northwest of Kansas City, we are pleased to introduce the newest member of our American artisanal family.  Green Dirt Farm has been producing acclaimed sheep’s and mixed milk cheeses for over a decade now, with a diverse lineup that runs from creamy, tangy fresh cheeses to Alpine-style offerings.  Their cheeses are...
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It’s the Autumnal Equinox, you know what that means…..Rogue River Blue
Fall is on its way, and with it comes the return of Rogue Creamery’s Organic Rogue River Blue.  Released every year for the Autumnal Equinox, it has been one of the cheese world’s favorite traditions for 17 years running.  In that time, it has developed a base of passionately devoted fans and won numerous awards, including 2 “Best in Show” accolades from the American...
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New to Stock! Italian Cheese from Caseificio Sepertino
Caseificio Sepertino is a fourth generation family-run dairy located in northern Italy’s Piemonte region. Originally they made Italian Emmental, but over the years they have diversified into traditional Piemontese cheeses, butter, and their own line of specialties. We are now stocking two new cheeses from Sepertino.   Toma del Nonno 1/13# Toma del Nonno translates to...
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Jasper Hill Salami, that’s right, SALAMI
Dairy farm, creamery, and now salami makers, Jasper Hill Farm does it all. Located in Greensboro, VT, they’re most known for their meticulous approach to cheesemaking and ageing in their 22,000 square foot cellar. With hit cheeses like Harbison, Cabot Clothbound, and the acclaimed seasonal Winnimere, they’re one of the top artisanal cheesemakers in the country. Their new...
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STOP THE PRESSES! NEW CHEESE FROM JASPER HILL!
We received an email a half hour ago from Jasper Hill. They are releasing a new cheese – Eligo – a washed-rind Brick/Tallegio style mixed goat and cow milk cheese. This story had been developing slowly at first, and then at a break neck speed. For a couple years, Jasper Hill has been kicking around the idea of buying a herd of goats. Initial plans for early in the year were...
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Tomme Chévre Grandmère Adrienne
Tomme Chevre Grandmere from Jacquin has quickly become one of our most popular French imports. A beautifully bloomed goat cheese, it has a fudgy texture towards the center and a runny, melted ice cream consistency near the rind. For this new version, a thick layer of black truffle bisects the cheese and heightens its richness with earthy and umami flavors. Located in the Centre-Val...
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Baetje Farm Coeur de la Crème
We have added Baetje Farms’ Coeur de la Crème cheeses to our pre-order program.  These heart-shaped fresh chevres are soft and pillowy in texture with rich, fresh flavors.    Like most of Baetje’s lineup, the Coeurs de la Creme come to us highly acclaimed, with the Plain, 3 Pepper and Garlic and Chive all having taken First Place awards at the American Cheese Society....
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Ah yes……Cheese Salad.
Check out these old recipes we found buried in our closet. Forget your typical cheese crisps, fondue, or baked casserole recipe; and experiment with a “Capricciosa” salad, made with celery root, ham, tongue, cucumber, all cut into julienne strips. Add your Taleggio, cut it into a fun shape like a triangle and make your salad look like a flower full of worms.  Or how about a ye...
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