Spoonwood Products

Maple Fromage

2017-03-23T10:13:43-05:00

Milk: Raw, organic Jersey cow (Sumner Farm, Halifax, VT)
We take our tangy, über-creamy fromage blanc and whip it together with just enough dark amber local Vermont maple syrup to create a yummy, versatile treat. Great for dessert with fresh fruit, layered on pancakes or just spread on your favorite bread.

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Maple Fromage2017-03-23T10:13:43-05:00

Fromage Blanc

2017-03-23T10:16:50-05:00

Milk: Pasteurized, organic Jersey cow (Sumner Farm, Halifax, VT)
Our fresh, golden-hued Fromage Blanc is a lightly salted cheese made from organic Jersey cow’s milk, for use in sweet or savory dishes. This dense version tastes of rich cream and subtle acidity. You could use this full-fat cheese as a ricotta replacement—-yum!

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Fromage Blanc2017-03-23T10:16:50-05:00

Cuvette

2017-03-23T10:22:45-05:00

Milk: Raw, organic Jersey cow (Sumner Farm, Halifax, VT)
This bright jewel is inspired by Langres, a beautiful washed rind cheese from the Champagne region which some consider the more approachable cousin to the pungent Époisses. It has a characteristic “fontaine” at the top in which to pour a bit of champagne or marc. It is traditionally washed in a special brine with the addition of rocou, a natural red dye derived from the American annatto tree. This gives it its unusual orange glow. But beyond its appearance, what defines it is the texture and flavor–dense and fudge-like with hints of spice, smoke and a lingering savory finish.

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Cuvette2017-03-23T10:22:45-05:00

Cabinbert

2017-03-23T10:24:33-05:00

Milk: Raw, organic Jersey cow (Sumner Farm, Halifax, VT)
This traditional camembert-style cheese has a soft, velvety white rind with aromas of earth and mushrooms. A melting straw-colored cream line surrounds the rich, buttery interior which is hard to resist.

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Cabinbert2017-03-23T10:24:33-05:00