• Summertime and the Living is Cheesy…

    Summertime, and the living is cheesy… Taste the full expression of summertime milk, in all its buttery, beta-carotene-rich glory! We are pleased to introduce a whole host of new local soft cheeses, coming to you fresh from local farms and cheesemakers, some of whom you may have met at our recent Cheese and Bees event….

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  • Cheese as Self Care?

    With April being Stress Awareness Month, we are taking advantage of every opportunity we can to ground ourselves, engaging the senses throughout the day. Tasting artisanal cheese, each with its own unique cascade of richly layered flavors, is a delightful way to tune in and connect to the present moment. Additionally, thoughtful pairings amplify our…

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  • Top 5 Cheeses for Melting

    The perfect melt: that transcendent moment when cheese becomes hot oozey, bubbly, stringy… Whether it’s for a gratin, French onion soup, tartiflette, grilled cheese, or simply scraping off the rind in the style of traditional Raclette, here are our top five cheeses for melting, our favorite pairings and recipe ideas: Birchrun Hills’ Fat Cat, pictured…

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  • New and Returning Cheeses to Love

    ❤️ Cheese is Love ❤️ Presenting new cheeses for February, and blood building accoutrements, for your Valentine’s and Super Bowl spreads: Bijou (pictured above), a duo of wrinkly rinded, soft and creamy goat’s milk “jewels” from Vermont Creamery. If you like Merry Goat Round, Castelbelbo, La Tur, or Intergalactic, you will love Bijou! Try it…

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  • Bringing it Home for the Holidays

    The Thanksgiving cheeseboard is a cherished tradition – coming together each year, mixing and matching, sharing stories and favorite pairings with loved ones. There are certain cheeses that find their way back to your table again and again; and there are the cheeses you discovered – while on your summer road trip, or the one…

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  • Birchrun Hills Cheeses

    Birchrun Hills Farm is a small family dairy farm with an on-site creamery in northern Chester County, Pennsylvania. Owned and operated by Ken and Sue Miller and their two sons, Randy and Jesse, with the support of cheesemaker Drew Bristol, the Millers control every step of how their products are made. From sustainably growing crops…

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