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Rustic Cheese and Onion Galettes, Two Ways

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We love a rustic galette not only for its buttery, flaky base, but also for its versatility no matter the season. Here we top with onions, bacon, and any grating bits and bobs like our organic Wagon Wheel or Hop Along, or try a fresh cheese like our creamy Fromage Blanc with herbs and lemon.

Fromage Blanc Spreads

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Move over cream cheese, there's a new spread in town and it's made from organic, pasture-based milk without fillers, stabilizers, or preservatives. Our Fromage Blanc is tangy and luscious–the perfect vehicle for your favorite spices and seasonings. From roasted garlic & herbs to chocolate-espresso, we love these quick-and-easy dips for snacks, sandwiches, and effortless entertaining.

Local Cheese & Bubbly Pairings from our Pt Reyes Location

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Looking for a Valentine's Day 🧀 pairing beyond Champagne 🍾? We put together a quick guide to pairing our favorite local bubbly 🥂 with Cowgirl Creamery organic cheeses. Red Hawk & Carboniste Wine Marin Brut Rosé ? Mt Tam & Goat Rock Bramble Cider? Inverness & Heidrun Meadery Marin Country Wildflower Sparkling Mead? Pick up these unexpected pairings this weekend at our Pt Reyes location.

Mt Tam & Bulgogi Mandu for Lunar New Year

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Happy Lunar New Year 🐂🎉 our Marketing Director Vanessa shares her recipe for Korean dumplings, or mandu, with an unusual twist: our organic triple cream Mt Tam! Adding Mt Tam to a traditional filling of beef (or mushroom) bulgogi adds an extra dose of umami and a luxurious sauce to fill the dumpling. We love the textural contrast of pan-fried mandu with thinly sliced steak in the bulgogi, but they can easily be made vegetarian and steamed for a healthier option.

Truffle Grilled Cheese from our Ferry Building Sidekick Café

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The combination of black truffle and Mt Tam is a luxurious and indulgent take on a classic grilled cheese. It is a celebration of mushrooms. Mt Tam carries flavor notes of white button mushroom which meld...

Mt Tam Tartine with Radishes & Herb Salad

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Life is all about balance. Eat your vegetables...but don't forget the cheese. This simple tartine (a fancy word for an open-faced sandwich) is made with Acme Bread Walnut Levain, red radishes, and a lightly dressed herb salad–the perfect counterpoint to our rich, organic triple cream. Adjust the greenery to whatever's in season (or in the garden) and add a punch of acidity and flakey salt to turn up the flavor. With notes of cultured butter and mushrooms, Mt Tam sings on this quick-and-easy toast.

Amanda's Food for Thought: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

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2020 was a rollercoaster, but we're grateful for the health and safety of our team, the support of our incredible customers, and of course, plenty of delicious, organic cheese. Cowgirl Creamery's Managing Director Amanda Parker reflects on a tumultuous year in her latest Food for Thought.

Mt Tam is a 2021 Good Food Award Winner!

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Mt Tam won big at the recent 2021 Good Food Awards! We're thrilled to showcase the exceptional organic milk of our pasture-based dairy partners, transforming California sunshine in our beloved Mt Tam. Check out all the winners at the link (Hop Along and Inverness were also finalists), and ask for Mt Tam from your favorite local cheesemonger.

Peg & Sue Announce Retirement

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Our pioneering cofounders announced their official retirement this month, cementing a legacy of organic cheesemaking, environmental stewardship, and sharing extraordinary food with our community.

Cheese Fricos with Wagon Wheel or Hop Along

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Looking for a keto-friendly snack or the perfect wine pairing? All you need is grated cheese! We love making these Cheese Fricos with our aged Wagon Wheel or cider-washed Hop Along cheeses. Simply mound grated cheese onto a lined baking sheet and bake until crisp, about 2 to 4 minutes at 375F. Let cool flat on the baking sheet, or shape into a curved tuile or edible cup while warm.