Cave to Co-op RSS feed for this section

Cave to Co-op February: Oh My Heart

Oh My Heart Pasteurized cow milk and cow cream Lazy Lady Farm Westfield, Vermont Laini Fondiller, Cheesemaker What better month than February to feature a cheese called Oh my Heart? A very special cheese made by a very special farm, Lazy Lady Farm in Westfield, Vermont. Laini Fondiller started Lazy Lady in 1987 and it […]

Continue Reading

Cave to Co-op December Special: Reading

Reading Raw Cow Milk Washed Rind Spring Brook Farm Reading, VT In May of 2010, with help and expertise from a French cheese making consultant, Spring Brook Farm produced its first make of Reading. Utilizing the same copper vats and cheese making equipment used for their award winning Tarentaise, Reading is a semi-soft cheese ideally […]

Continue Reading

Cave to Co-op November Special: Grace’s Choice

Grace’s Choice Raw Cow Milk Washed Rind Plymouth Artisan Cheese Plymouth, Vermont John Coolidge, the father of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States, opened the Plymouth Cheese Factory in 1890. Plymouth Cheese is an American heritage cheese with its own unique characteristics and a fine reputation. The Plymouth Cheese Factory in Plymouth, […]

Continue Reading

Cave to Co-op October Special: Barn Dance Cheese

Barn Dance Cheese Raw Sheep and Cow Mix Grafton Village Cheese Company Grafton, Vermont Grafton Village Cheese Company was founded in 1890 as the Grafton Cooperative Cheese Company, for the purpose of converting surplus milk from local dairy farms into cheese. The original buildings were partially destroyed by fire some years later and the cheese […]

Continue Reading

April’s Cave to Co-op Featured Cheese: Sawyer’s Artisanal Cheese

Joseph, Sonia and Ian Sawyer make Verhampshire together as a family. Joseph grew up on a dairy farm in Walpole and started making cheese five years ago down the road at Boggy Meadow Farm. Catching the cheese maker’s bug, he enrolled is a series of classes at the Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese and moved his growing skills to the Ielpi Major Farm in Westminster, VT – home of Verano and Invierno cheese.

Continue Reading