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4.20.2015

The French Cheese Club

As the French would say “J’adore le fromage!” Its English translation means “I love cheese,” and we couldn’t agree more. What would the world be without cheese? Probably pretty sad. Without a doubt, some the best varieties of cheese are made in France. Like wine, the French have made cheese-making an art. Here are a […]

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4.8.2015

Cheese of the Month – Edel Suisse

The Bernese Alps is a legendary region in Switzerland, where folkloric traditions continue to uphold against a backdrop of stunning mountainscapes. Cows graze in these rich, lush pastures, which provides the creamy milk used to produce this traditional semi-hard cheese. Edel Suisse is an artisan product made with traditional methods. Mildly sweet and slightly spicy, […]

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3.20.2015

Hook’s Triple Play Cheese

Listen up cheese lovers! Get to know Hook’s Triple Play cheese – a very unique three milk blend cheese using sheep, cow, and goat milk. This cheese is made with three different starter cultures to achieve the most intriguing flavor profile. Triple Play is a semi-firm cheese and has the consistency and look of block […]

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3.17.2015

Coombe Castle’s Fiddler’s Green Cheese

This St. Patrick’s Day, Bristol Farms is featuring a number of great Irish, or St. Paddy’s Day, inspired cheeses from our cheese shops, such as our Tipperary Irish Cheddar, Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese, and Oscar Wilde Aged Irish Cheddar. But, we invite you to discover a cheese that won’t be playing second fiddle; Coombe Castle’s Fiddler’s […]

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3.2.2015

Cheese of the Month – Mango Fire Cheddar!

Mango Fire Cheddar is made in the heart of Wisconsin’s dairy land, near Kiel Wisconsin by Henning’s Wisconsin Cheese company.  Henning’s was started in 1914 by Otto and Norma Henning who devoted their lives to producing quality cheese.  Henning’s gets their milk from small local farmers who pasture feed their cows along with feeding them […]

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2.25.2015

Stilton Cheese with Lemon Zest

Stilton Cheese with Lemon Zest – there’s no better cheese to feature during our Citrus 101 promotion going on in-store through March 24th. Smooth, sweet white Stilton is delicately enhanced with fine pieces of zesty lemon. It is a medium flavored cheese made with pasteurized cow’s milk, and has easily become a favorite with the […]

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2.2.2015

Cheese & Wine Tastings!

At Bristol Farms there’s only one thing we love more than cheese and wine – sharing that passion for cheese and wine with you!   We’ve designed our educational events to offer you a myriad of ways to get your Cheese and Wine fix! Join us for a casual, fun night of food and beverage. […]

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1.30.2015

Pairing Beer & Cheese

It seems that there is more and more being published on wine and food (wine and cheese in particular) as there are a great many stunning artisanal products hitting our shores, or being created in many local farmsteads. It is a fairly complex process that can vary widely, depending on the style of wine or […]

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1.28.2015

Game-Time Snacks – Charcuterie & Cheese

Sunday is the Big Game and if you haven’t planned what snacks you will be serving to guests, a quick and simple Charcuterie & Cheese platter will please any crowd.  Including some charcuterie or cured meats to your cheese platter or hors d’oeuvre plate adds texture and enhances the food experience. We are featuring some […]

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1.21.2015

Casatica di Bufala and Cherry Honey

Honey pairs beautifully with fresh creamy cheeses. Herbaceous, floral, or citrus honeys like lavender, cherry, or orange are especially good with cheeses. Here is a favorite combination of ours featuring a couple of items from our “Say Cheese!” celebration going on in-store through February 10, 2015. We’d like to introduce you to:   The cheese: […]

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