Wednesday, June 29, 2011

This Week's Warehouse Tasting (July 4 Edition)


Patriotism can manifest itself in many forms. The man pictured above chose to show his love for his country through ancestral dress. Here at the Dairymaids, all of our cheeses are made domestically at small dairies. Come celebrate your July 4th weekend the Dairymaid way
--with all-American snacks!

This weekend we have a few special items: the SoCal burrata is back and in its honor, we'll also have Slow Dough pizza crusts for the first time ever. Maison Burdisso macarons will be in stock for another weekend (if French fries can be American, we humbly suggest these colorful treats get added to the national roster).

Cheeses include Cabot Clothbound Cheddar, the product of a partnership between Cabot Creamery and Jasper Hill Cellars. The muslin-wrapped cheddar wheels are made by Cabot, then aged in Jasper Hill's special cellars. The special attention during aging and high quality milk are evident in the smooth, yet complex flavors.

Our blue this week is the Caveman Blue, "from the domain of the Caveman," also known as the caves at Rogue Creamery. This delicious naturally-rinded, aged blue is deep yellow in color with the classic blue bite balanced by a smooth, vanilla-like flavor.

Extended hours continue--Friday 10am to 6:30pm and Saturday 10am to 4pm.


1 comment:

Freedom Three said...

so cool! i live in houston and had never heard of y'all! got here by way of home sweet farm link.


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