Just the cheese, please!

$49.95

Just the cheese, please!
Just the cheese, please!
Just the cheese, please!
Just the cheese, please!
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A combination of 3 perfect cheeses. Humboldt Fog and Mt. Tam are award-winning superstars of California artisanal cheesemaking. Ewereka is a hard cheese from a "cult favorite" creamery that stands up perfectly to the creaminess and tartness of the other two. 

Serves 4-6

IN THE BOX:

    • Humboldt Fog (1 lb wheel)- world renowned ash-ripened goat cheese, tangy and rich; Cypress Grove, Humboldt County 
    • Mt. Tam (8 oz wheel)- award winning organic triple cream made in the French tradition; Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes 
    • Ewereka (5 oz wedge)-made from 100% sheep's milk and aged for at least 3 months, with the characteristic of a classic aged cheddar but smoother on the palate; Central Coast Creamery, Paso Robles  

On rare occasions, substitutions will be made with an item of equal or greater value.

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Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery was founded in by Reggie Jones, a long-time cheesemaker, in Paso Robles, an area that once had a booming dairy industry to meet the demands of the Gold Rush era. Though commercial creameries saw ruin in the mid-20th century, today there are more and more artisan creameries, like Central Coast Creamery, revitalizing Paso’s fabled dairy culture. They source their milk from local dairies and produce small batches of cow, goat, and sheep’s milk.
Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

Founded in rural Pt. Reyes Station in 1994 by Peggy Smith and Sue Conley, both former Bay-Area chefs, Cowgirl Creamery was born out of their desire to re-invent French classics using local organic milk and small-batch production and evolved into one of the top artisanal cheesemakers in California, if not in the U.S. Their flagship, Mt. Tam, named for Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, is a 100% organic triple cream cheese with a washed rind.
Cypress Grove

Cypress Grove

Started by Mary Keehn in 1984, at a time when nearly all goat cheese was imported from France, Cypress Grove evolved the American palate from the strong-flavored French imports to the more nuanced, creamy characteristics of domestic goat cheese. Their claim to fame is Humboldt Fog®, a multi-layered soft-ripened goat cheese with a strip of vegetable ash running down the center, represents Humboldt County’s foggy coastline.
Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery was founded in by Reggie Jones, a long-time cheesemaker, in Paso Robles, an area that once had a booming dairy industry to meet the demands of the Gold Rush era. Though commercial creameries saw ruin in the mid-20th century, today there are more and more artisan creameries, like Central Coast Creamery, revitalizing Paso’s fabled dairy culture. They source their milk from local dairies and produce small batches of cow, goat, and sheep’s milk.
Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

Founded in rural Pt. Reyes Station in 1994 by Peggy Smith and Sue Conley, both former Bay-Area chefs, Cowgirl Creamery was born out of their desire to re-invent French classics using local organic milk and small-batch production and evolved into one of the top artisanal cheesemakers in California, if not in the U.S. Their flagship, Mt. Tam, named for Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, is a 100% organic triple cream cheese with a washed rind.
Cypress Grove

Cypress Grove

Started by Mary Keehn in 1984, at a time when nearly all goat cheese was imported from France, Cypress Grove evolved the American palate from the strong-flavored French imports to the more nuanced, creamy characteristics of domestic goat cheese. Their claim to fame is Humboldt Fog®, a multi-layered soft-ripened goat cheese with a strip of vegetable ash running down the center, represents Humboldt County’s foggy coastline.