Here’s your share for this steamy week of Mid July:
(Callaloo? What’s that? A leafy green vegetable, also known as amaranth. Very popular in Jamaica. Highly nutritious!)
Fruit share will be cherries.
The cheese this week:
Boston Post Dairy – Enosburg Falls, Vermont
Boston Post Dairy is named after the Old Post Stagecoach road which runs straight through the farm property. The farm boasts a whopping 200 goats producing milk for the farm’s cheese, soaps, and baked goods. If anything, Tres Bonne is modestly named. It is truly more than a “very good” aged goat’s milk cheese. With a golden wax rind, and a fresh, minerally, and slightly sweet flavor, Tres Bonne is reminiscent of a fine goat gouda. Aged 2-5 months.
Milk Type: goat
Milk Treatment: pasteurized
Style: waxed rind
Age: 2-5 months