Thursday, January 13, 2011

This Week's Warehouse Tasting

Each Friday and Saturday we throw a little cheese tasting at our warehouse and invite you to drop by for a beer and to sample five or six cheeses (along with delicious Slow Dough breads and mountains of nuts, honey, crackers and olive oil). Here's a sneak peek at a few of the cheeses we're showcasing this week:

Brazos Valley Brie--This raw milk cheese from Waco is both mild and creamy. It's a crowd-pleaser and great to bring to dinner parties.

Caraway Cheddar--Pictured to the left, this sharp cheddar from Dublin, Texas is sprinkled with caraway seeds. The flavor is similar to rye bread (but well, cheesy) and would be amazing melted over roast beef.

Little Boy Blue--Sheep's milk cheese is hard to find and this one comes all the way from Wisconsin. A rindless blue, it has a sharp, sheep-y flavor with a smooth, yet crumbly texture.

We'd love to see you drop by the warehouse (2201 Airline) Friday 3pm-6:30pm or Saturday 10am-2pm to taste these cheeses and several more. If you can't make it tomorrow, tastings take place every week and the cheeses are always changing.

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Cows in Repose on Veldhuizen Family Farm. Dublin, TX