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Farm Fromage Angela's Pillow

Young Angela’s Pillow has a milky and sweet taste. As the cheese matures it forms a smooth, runny interior and a white bloomy rind that is typical of double cream Camembert cheese. It has a rich, buttery flavor. The rind is bloomy white caused by a white fungus, called penicillium candidum. The rind is meant to be eaten with the cheese. This cheese is best paired with a light red wine such as Beaujolais, Chenin Blanc, St Emilion, St Estephe or traditionally a glass of Normandy cider. Approximately 6 oz per wheel.
$9.99

Farm Fromage Beer Washed Tomme (8oz)

Farm Fromage Beer Washed Tomme is fashioned in the Trappist monk tradition. It is a pungent, stinky cheese washed in Lancaster Brewing Co. Milk Stout beer. Local milk + local beer = local PA goodness. Put it on a burger or good black bread with red onion and live a little! Make your taste buds smile. Notice! Contains Gluten
$10.99

Farm Fromage Cloth Bound (8oz)

Wonderful “cheddar style” cheese from Pennsylvania. It’s a three-ring circus in your mouth! Starts out with a hint of fudgy hazelnuts followed by a crystal crunch on your molars. When you think, the best is over there is an explosion of fruity pineapple in the finish. Farm Fromage Cloth Bound is wonderful on a cheese board, with apples or in mac and cheese. We love it grated into an apple pie crust. Aged 1 to 2 years.
$11.99

Farm Fromage Colby (8 oz)

Colby is a great entry level cheese for those who are learning to appreciate cheese. A bland cheese with a mild and mellow flavor that is lightly sweet with a slightly tangy after taste. Colby is often shredded or melted and used in recipes.
$8.99

Farm Fromage Garlic and Chive (8oz)

This is a party cheese. Great cubed up and eaten out of hand, it also adds flavor to many casseroles. A great all-purpose cheese every garlic lover should enjoy.
$8.99

Farm Fromage Hot Jack (8oz)

Pepper Jack is a derivative of Monterey Jack, the original “American” cheese invented by Mexican Franciscan friars of Monterey, California. As the name suggests, the cheese is flavored with, spicy jalapeños for an extra kick. This semi-soft, open textured cheese is spicy at first yet leaves a delicate and buttery taste in the mouth. It is often eaten with quesadillas, crackers or on hamburgers. Pepper jack can also go well with jalapeno peppers, melons, grapes, pickled vegetables, and olives.
$8.99