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An Insider’s Guide to Cowgirl Creamery Cheeses – The Bold Italic

Lauren Sloss takes us inside Cowgirl Creamery’s original location in Point Reyes and provides examples on how to pair their cheeses. For example:

Credit: The Bold Italic

Credit: The Bold Italic

With a texture similar to cream cheese, Cowgirl’s fromage blanc has crème fraîche mixed into it, lending it a similar tanginess. Far smoother on the palate than a traditional cream cheese, Michael notes that often herbs like dill and tarragon with lemon are mixed in for a delicately flavored sandwich spread. Another decadent option: a cheesecake made with fromage blanc, crème fraîche, mascarpone, ricotta, and a little lemon.

Pairings: Michael recommends spreading the fromage blanc on chocolate shortbread with a squeeze of lemon. You can’t go wrong with Kika’s Treats Cocoa Nib Chocolate Shortbread, or mix up your flavors even more with Clairesquares’ dark chocolate caramel shortbread.

Pairings for each of their tasty cheeses via An Insider’s Guide to Cowgirl Creamery Cheeses – The Bold Italic – San Francisco.


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