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New To Stock! Castellano Cecilia IGP
Located in northwestern Spain, Castilla y León is a community with a great cheese making tradition. The region consists predominantly of a high plateau ringed by mountains where the sheep graze on aromatic plants like lavendar, thyme, rosemary, sage, mint and oregano – all of which impart flavor to the milk. Today the Castilla y León region is the leading producer of...
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New Divina Stock Items
Divina Grilled Green Olives, Pitted  It’s been said that everything tastes better off the grill, and if these olives are any indication, it’s true! Flame-grilled to smoky perfection, these Greek olives are perfect over steak and chicken or paired with an aged Cheddar. Item #: J2360 Pack: 4/2.2# Origin: Greece Divina Calabrian Pepper & Olive Mix They like it fiery in...
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New To Stock! Just in from Switzerland!
Fior Delle Alpi Item #: S770 Pack: 2/4.5lb. Milk: Unpasteurized Cow Fior delle Alpi, or Flower of the Alps, is a deliciously flavorful raw cow’s milk cheese from the mountains of Switzerland. Made with milk from cows who graze on lush mountain grass and meadow herbs results in a fruity and gently spiced cheese with a subtle crunch. Fior delle Alpi has a firm but creamy paste and...
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NEW TO STOCK! EWENIQUE BY CENTRAL COAST CREAMERY
Ewenique is made with 100% California sheep’s milk, an old favorite that has been re-vamped. It is a gouda-style cheese with notes of fresh cream up front and a finish of warm vanilla, caramel and spiced tea. Rich, creamy and sweet with a slight hint of citrus to contrast the savory sheep’s milk.   Item #: A2260 Pack: 1/10lb. Origin: Paso Robles, California Availability:...
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NEW TO STOCK! FAULTLINE BY CENTRAL COAST CREAMERY
Faultline is Central Coast Creamery’s newest addition. This cow’s milk cheese was winner of “Best of California” at the 2023 California State Cheese Competition. The addition of Alpine cultures results in a cheese that has the sharp and mineral taste of a cheddar, but also has the sweetness and nuttiness of an alpine style cheese. The paste has an initial sweet note right...
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3 NEW PRE ORDER CHEESES FROM CASEIFICIO DELL’ALTA LANGA
Located in the Piedmont region of Italy, and named after the province of Alta Langa, Caseificio dell’Alta Langa produces exemplary soft-ripened cow, sheep and goat’s milk cheeses. This area is famous for its picturesque rolling pastures and woods and its production of fine cheeses, truffles and wine. Check out these 3 cheeses now available through our Italian Air Pre Order...
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New to Stock! Pane di Musica
These golden feather-light semolina flatbread crackers are alluringly crispy and thin. The aroma of freshly baked bread and toasted flavor are enhanced by a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt. This style of flatbread has ancient origins and has been a Sardinian specialty for thousands of years. It is enjoyed as a delicate and savory cracker that can pair with anything...
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New to Stock! Divina Spreads
Divina spreads embody the culinary spirit of the Mediterranean: they feature authentic flavors, clean ingredients, and simple preparation. Divina foods are crafted straight from the source with a commitment to transparency and quality. Date Spread Item #: J1550 Pack: 12/9 oz. Origin: Greece This is one date that’s surely going to turn into a love story! Divina’s Date Spread is...
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How to Cut a Truckle
What is a Truckle?   truck·le /ˈtrəkəl/ noun – a small barrel-shaped cheese, especially Cheddar. How to Cut a Truckle of Cheese (from our friends at Quicke’s) 1. Using a sharp knife, find the edge of the cloth to cut into.   2. Using your hands, pull the first layer off the truckle. The layer will be wrapped around the side of the...
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New To Stock! Milton Creamery Morning Harvest
  Morning Harvest draws on Milton Creamery’s expertise in creating cheddar style cheeses, while also allowing their Swiss and German roots to shine. This style of making cheese along with the proprietary blend of cultures results in a cheese that has an incredibly fruity aroma with a subtly sweet flavor and firm, yet sliceable texture. It truly is unique. Upon first taste,...
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