Apr 22, 2012
Sprout Creek Farm
Last week we went to a little local farm that's less than a minute down the road. I've been going there since I was little and I've spent many days there taking pictures and watching all the animals.
We picked one of the hottest days to go (it was 90 degrees outside!) but it was just as beautiful as ever. There were lots of baby goats and they were so friendly and cute!
They make their own fresh cheese and sell it at their little market as well as a bunch of stores in the area. While I was there they let me try all of their different kinds. They are each incredibly unique and delicious.
They have a window through the shop that looks into the area where they make the cheese. The lady who was working there was so sweet, she explained and showed us the whole cheese making process. I even got to meet Colin, the cheesemaker. He's a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and he makes all of the cheese at Sprout Creek Farm.
I bought a wedge of their cheese called Eden. It was one of my favorites that I had tried. After talking to Colin, he kindly gave me 3 other types, Toussaint, Batch 35 and Madeleine, to photograph.
Head on over to their website (click here) and check out all the other types of cheeses they have and to read all about Sprout Creek.