Cheesemaker Profile: Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company
Sisters move Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company forward while preserving their family’s legacy.
Pasta with Delicata Squash, Brown Butter, and TomaProvence
This savory pasta dish features Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co. TomaProvence and gets a touch of sweetness from delicata squash. In 1959 Bob and Dean Giacomini established their successful dairy farm along Highway 1, just north of Point Reyes Station. In 2000, together with their daughters, the family began making cheese on the farm with […]
In Queso You Missed It: January 10th
Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our January 10th edition of IQYMI.
Weathering the Wildfires: How local cheesemakers are coping with destruction
For local makers already impacted by the pandemic, these record-breaking wildfires have only made their jobs more complicated.
The Definitive Guide to Vegetarian Cheese
Rich and satisfying, cheese easily rivals carnivorous options. But if you think cheese is automatically the vegetarian alternative, think again.
Shop Talk: Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes, CA
For cheese lovers and curd nerds alike, Cowgirl Creamery is a destination on the California cheese trail. Founders Sue Conley and Peggy Smith have come a long way since they opened in the mid-90’s with a mission to help get West Marin cheeses into the Bay Area’s best restaurants. It all began with a delivery […]
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese, a Creamery by the Sea
On a chilly, fog-shrouded morning, it’s easy to miss the turnoff for Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company. Nestled among the rolling hills of Marin County, approximately 45 miles north of San Francisco, the farm and creamery are situated out of view of the region’s main thoroughfare. Here, above the long, blue stretch of Tomales Bay, […]
Cheese Of The Day: Bay Blue
Bay Blue is a cow’s milk cheese with a natural rind and blue-green veining throughout its paste.