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Strach'in

We checked in with our lead cheese buyer, Kurt, to see what he was recommending for this New Year’s Eve. He put together a selection that hits all major milk types – cow, goat and sheep – while covering a range of textures and cheese styles. And, they all pair beautifully with sparkling wines! (more…)

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On the cheese platter: a raw milk, blue cheese - Stichelton

On the cheese platter: a raw milk, blue cheese – Stichelton

A common question we get on the cheese counter is about how to put together a cheese plate, be it for a cocktail party or as a dinner course. There aren’t any rules per se – after all, it really comes down to what you will enjoy eating!  That said, when customers ask, we generally offer the following recommendations:

- It’s usually nice to include at least one cheese from each of the three major milk categories: cow, sheep and goat.

- Similarly, we like to include a variety of textures. For example, one might choose something smooth and spreadable (think Camembert, Brie or a chèvre), something semi-soft (for example, Vendéen Bichonne or Ardrahan) and something on the firmer side (ComtéCalcagno or a Boerenkaas).

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