Tagged: cheese pairings

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A Heavenly Cheese: St. Em from Spoonwood Cabin Creamery

A big welcome to the newest cheesemaker on our wall – Spoonwood Cabin Creamery! Spoonwood is a teeny-tiny 1,000 square foot “nano-creamery” in the town of Jacksonville, Vermont, 25 minutes west of Brattleboro.

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Raw, Welsh and Earthy: Gorwydd Caerphilly

One of the cheeses we get from Neal’s Yard Dairy in London is named for the town of Caerphilly because that’s where most of the wheels (made in the surrounding countryside) were sold. The delicious Caerphilly cheese we sell in our store today is made at Gorwydd Farm in the town of Llanddewi Brefi in Ceredigion.

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Our Favorite Oktoberfest Beers

Beer buyer Eric gives us some insight into the massive party known as Oktober Fest and tells us a bit about his three beer picks for this season.

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Autumn Favorites: Cheese and Heirloom Apples

Spring may be the season of rebirth, but we can’t help a similar feeling of renewal when September rolls around: new season, new school year, cooler temperatures (at least in the northeast). Autumn is also the time to celebrate the harvest – particularly the new batch of apples, that most emblematic of fall crops. Fresh or preserved, apples are a simple and versatile addition to any cheese plate.

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Dios Mio, It’s Membrillo!

If you love cheese, you’ve likely come across the sweet, tangy condiment called Membrillo. Membrillo is the Spanish word for the quince fruit and is commonly used to refer to the sweet quince paste also known as cotognata in Italian and marmelada in Portuguese.

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What Should I Pair with My Cheese?

When putting together cheese plates for our Sunday classes, we pair a condiment with each cheese flight. Not only is it fun for folks to try new things together but the ‘whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ phenomenon certainly comes into play when pairing cheeses with condiments.