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8.28.2015

Cheese of the Month – Champignon Grand Noir

Exquisite Texture, Luxurious Flavor. Grand Noir is the cheese to create a memorable taste sensation. This wonderful blue cheese is a masterpiece in the cheese-making art, born of the passionate craftsmanship that Käserei Champignon experts have been practicing for over a century. Grand Noir is made with high quality pasteurized cow’s milk from Swiss Brown […]

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8.4.2015

Cheese of the Month – Hatch Pepper Cheddar!

Bristol Farms’ Cheese Departments will be featuring Henning’s Hatch Pepper Cheddar for our August Cheese of the Month, and during our 6-week Hatch Chile promotion. Hatch Pepper 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 […]

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7.28.2015

Summer Cheese Pick – Burrata

With these warm summer temps we’ve been having, our palates beg to find light, refreshing, and cool snacks or meals. Enter Burrata! One of our personal favorites, Burrata is a versatile fresh Italian cheese. It’s actually a Mozzarella ball filled with cream and threaded unspun mozzarella curds throughout. When cut into, the cheese just oozes […]

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7.14.2015

Peach Pairs with….Cheese?

Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, and other soft fruits are in season! While they are all deliciously eaten on their own, these sweet fruits can also be paired with savory items and added to a number of recipes. One pairing we are particularly fond of is our Summer Flame peaches and a variety of cheeses, like Ricotta, […]

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7.1.2015

Cheese of the Month – Fromager d’Affinois with Garlic & Herbs

Fromager d’Affinois is one of the top selling cheeses in the US for very good reason. The renowned Guilloteau Dairy in the French Rhone-Alps takes traditional Brie production, and with their innovative ultra-filtration process, gives their brie-style cheese the texture of a triple crème – so creamy, silky, and luscious. This additional step of filtering […]

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6.1.2015

Cheese of the Month – Il Forteto Pecorino Tuscano DOP

Our cheese of the month for June comes all the way from Italy! Produced by artisan cheese makers located in the heart of the Maremma region of Tuscany, Il Forteto Pecorino Toscano DOP is made with aromatic sheep’s milk that comes from the area of Grosseto. Il Forteto Pecorino Toscano DOP (“Protected Designation of Origin […]

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5.26.2015

Discover Orne Meadows Cheddar

Take a visit to our cheese departments and discover a new favorite cheese! Orne Meadows Cheddar from Cabot Creamery is a a Vermont original cheese, and another Founders’ Collection cheese from Cabot Creamery. It is made in the original style of the cheese makers who founded Cabot Creamery way back in 1919. This cheese offers […]

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5.20.2015

The Ultimate in Burger Cheese – Castello® Burger Blue

It’s grilling season, and burgers are a must-enjoy. Nothing goes better on a burger than a slice of gooey, melted cheese, and if you’re like me, then you understand my love for pairing the tang of blue cheese with burgers and steaks. Typically, blue cheese is crumbled atop your choice of meat, but now there […]

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4.28.2015

May Cheese of the Month –
Cabot Creamery Lamberton Cheddar

We are proud to present Cabot Founders’ Collection Lamberton Cheddar as Bristol Farms’ Cheese of the Month for May. The Founders’ Collection cheese is made in the original style of the cheese makers who founded Cabot in 1919. Lamberton Cheddar is a British-style cheddar cheese. This cheddar boasts caramelized notes and a buttery bite. This […]

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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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