Farmstead Cheeses



Farmstead handmade cheeses from New Hampshire's family farms are a wondrous discovery since each handmade batch is unique and different from the next depending on the time of year and what the cows are eating. Try these for a cheese plate worthy of a party. For more information about New Hampshire cheesemakers visit the NH Dairy Promotion.

PLACE DISH DESCRIPTION IN A WORD
The Sandwich Creamery

Hannah Rd.
N. Sandwich
284-6675
Website


Aged cheddar made with raw cow's milk.

Semi-hard with a smooth texture and traditional cheddar finish.

Draught microbrewed beer, red wine, grapes - would make a terrific Welsh rarebit.

Classic

The Robie Farm

25 Rte. 10
Piermont
272-4872
Website

Piermont made with raw cow's milk.


Aged three months to attain a pungent flavor full of character.

Red wine, port, crispy baguette, with a slice of apple pie.



Stunning
Landaff Creamery
546 Mill Brook Rd.
Landaff
838-5560
Website

Landaff Cheese made from raw cow's milk.

Based on traditional Welsh recipe. Similar to a Caerphilly- creamy texture with a tangy finish.
Pears, fig jam, bacon - would also make great mac 'n cheese.
 




Homey
Boggy Meadow Farm
13 Boggy Meadow Ln.
Walpole
756-3300
Website

Fiddlehead Tomme made from raw cow's milk with vegetarian rennet.


Recipe based on Alpine cheeses. Silky mouthfeel with full, rich flavor.

Rye bread, Black Forest ham - would make a great fondue.




Nutty
Taylor Brothers Sugarhouse and Creamery

106 Main St.
Meriden
469-3182
Website

Cloverland Colby Cheese made with pasteurized cow's milk.


Nice melting cheese, perfect for grilled cheese sandwiches.

Fruit plate, white dessert wines, apple cider - would make a superb picnic and snacking cheese.



Buttery

 

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