Our Fresh cheese is only sold direct to you~local: Starting Spring: Saturdays at Troy Waterfront & Hudson Market. Wednesdays at Coxsackie Farmers Market, at the Riverfront Park, just past Reed Street.
Opening Store in our barn 2017 ! ~ Goat Milk Cheeses~ feta & chevre. ~ Cow Milk Cheeses~ Brie, Ricotta,Mozzarella. A small family farm in the hilltowns of Albany. Offering fresh and soft ripened cheeses. Following true artisan tradition, our cheeses are handcrafted in small batches using pasteurized milk. This allows us to produce the freshest quality product. No added hormones or preservatives.
**Coxsackie customers: Mansion + Reed General Store will be getting our fresh chevres this a.m!!
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Tomorrow- Troy Waterfront Farmers Market 9 am to 2 pm
This is the last farmers market we will be at until next season!
Other than that: You could always message us to see if we have any cheese available for the holidays!
This is as easy as it gets. And also possibly as good as it gets. Like I said yesterday, sometimes… read article
Make Ahead: Stir together the cranberry mixture up to 3 days ahead of time. Assemble the canapés the day of your party.
Stuff the mushrooms a day ahead. Top with breadcrumbs and bake just before company begins to arrive.
This is not our company-- but they have great info on the nutritional value of goat cheese and some great recipe ideas!
Want to see the Nutritional Facts for our products? Click here. Lower in Fat and Calories When it comes to fat and calories, goat cheese has the advantage over cheese made from cow’s milk. Goat cheese clocks in at eighty calories … Continue reading →
In case you needed a recipe idea for Fathers Day for someone who loves Smoked Salmon & Dill:
Add some elegance to breakfast or brunch by adding goat cheese and smoked salmon to your frittata.
Too hot to cook-- Make a fresh garden salad with fresh goat cheese. Our Plain Chevre log, or even Feta crumbles would work with the following suggestion.
Of course you can add your favorite grilled meat too!
Ok…since you ask…If I were stranded on a desert island, what would I most want in the way of food? Salads! Well, of course. They’re so versatile and wear so many hats, and in most cases, they’re s...
What Are The Health Benefits Of Eating Goat Cheese?. Goat cheese has a chemical profile that makes it favorable for people who suffer from aversions to dairy products made from cow's milk. Goat cheese contains less lactose than cow's milk and cheese, and contains smaller fat globules, which make the...
Goat cheeses aren't just luscious—they’re also among the most healthful of dairy foods
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