A mild tasting, semi-soft cheese with excellent texture. This all purpose cheese can be used from your sandwiches to your pizza. Easy slicing makes for great snacking.
Peppercorn, mustard seed, chili, cumin seed, jalapeño, red bell pepper, sun-dried tomato and garlic.
Fresh Goat Cheese
Our fresh goat cheese made in the hand-crafted style of Bijou cheese, without the aging. It is soft, almost fluffy texture and fresh milk taste and contains no salt inside, making it a choice for those watching their salt intake. Firmer, it can be sliced on a salad with a drizzle of honey, or served on a cheeseboard alongside aged goat cheeses.
This unaged fresh cheese is distinguished by a simple, mild, fresh goats’ milk flavour and is highly versatile as an ingredient or as part of a cheeseboard. Creamy and spreadable, it comes in many delicious flavours or plain. Try it on a cracker or as a replacement for your sour cream, cream cheese or mayonnaise dishes.
Don’t just think poutine, these curds can be used in your morning omelette; your lasagne; even as a pizza topping or simply just served as a healthy squeaky snack.
A perfect pairing of wine and cheese into one. Infused with Merlot red wine, this aged cheese creates a wonderful taste of the pairing. (Limited availability throughout the year.)
Aged Goat Cheese
Aged over a year, this cheese serves well as parmesan or just add the wine.
This Welsh style, hard cheese originates near the town of Caerphilly, Wales and helped replenish local coal miners with their salt intake. Its crumbly texture provides a perfect substitute for parmesan as it can be grated or melted onto your dish.
This cheese has a nice mild smooth flavour and does not ripen to an excessively sharp flavour. It has a nice glossy texture that grates and melts well. It is a perfect table cheese.
A brined cheese, tangy and moist. Feta can be crumbled or sliced onto your salad or paired with fresh summer fruit.
Rack of Lamb
A rack is one of the most luxurious cuts from the lamb and makes a dramatic roast. It is simple to prepare and quite elegant for a proper dinner party.
Loin chops are more economical than rack of lamb and is every bit as tender and flavorful. Like a great steak, they are best when seared or grilled to medium rare.
A fantastic feature and celebratory roast. The tenderness and flavour are brought out when roasted or slow cooked. Consider replacing the turkey or ham with this cut.
Lamb mince is particularly good for meatballs, burgers and other patties. It's popular in recipes such as stuffed aubergine and koftas. It can also be used in moussaka, shepherd’s pie, or bolognese.
Create a traditional hearty lamb stew with our farm fresh lamb stew cuts. Simply add onions, carrots, potatoes, and more.
Available May 2018