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Out where the world is still wild, you’ll find our bright yellow creamery by the bay where we create artisanal cheeses by hand in small batches. When the weather allows, we use solar thermal heat to pasteurize our locally collected milk. From our recycled Island shirts to our vat or the sun, we’re all about making the best use of what’s around us.

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Seasons Eatings!

Seasons Eatings!

Well, my cheese lovelies, we are down to just a few pieces of aged cheese - Galiki and Hotshot, to be exact - and are hoping they find a forever home soon. That’s all we’ll have till March. Curds and Feta, though, will still be available. We are so very appreciative...

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The Big Cheese

The Big Cheese

With Open House week behind us, it’s now time to get serious about those holiday gift lists. Who doesn’t love a gift you don’t have to dust? This year’s Holiday gift offering is called The Big Cheese and it includes the new local roasters in town, Good Coffee Roasting Company, who graciously worked with me to […]

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August slide

August slide

While we wait for our web guy to return from vacation, here’s the cheese lowdown: We are down to Plan 9 and our newest cheese, Buckshot – a whole peppercorn cheese. Can’t really believe it’s the end August already UNTIL I look down into the vault.  Filled in May, it now sits at less than […]

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We have da cheese!!!

We have da cheese!!!

It has been a quiet two months here at the Creamery (well, in the available aged cheese department only - just a quick side rant.....where did all these receipts come from!!!....OK... I'm back) and I am more than a little excited to share that we have started cutting...

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And the cheese cupboard was bare. Or was it?…..

And the cheese cupboard was bare. Or was it?…..

While the cheese store page currently looks bleak (we sold the last of the available aged cheese on Christmas Eve), we are soooo close to the next batches of ripe cheese love. We have been making cheese and loading up the vault as quickly as we can these past few...

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