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Amanda's Food for Thought: Fresh Starts

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It’s hard to believe that we’re already three weeks into 2022, a year that is has been both welcome in its newness and surprising in its arrival.  With the turn of the year comes a...

Amanda's Food For Thought: Appreciation for longtime Cowgirl Maureen Cunnie

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This weekend found me on the packing line, helping out our busy E-Commerce department as we pack thousands of cheese collections to send out across America. As I moved down the line, slowly with my...

Amanda's Food For Thought: Gratitude

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Of all the years to start a gratitude practice, this year was it.   As the door closed on 2020 and opened on 2021, I decided to try what I had always thought might feel...

Amanda's Food For Thought: Heart

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Cowgirl Creamery Managing Director Amanda Parker looks at the challenging season ahead in her latest Food for Thought. From cheesemongers to chefs, farmers to front front of house, the local food industry need your patience and support.

Amanda's Food for Thought: Tresch Family Farms

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In Amanda's latest "Food for Thought", our Managing Director reflects on her visit to Tresch Family Farms for dinner & conversation hosted by Outstanding in the Field and the Spinster Sisters. 

Amanda's Food for Thought: Pride

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June marks the annual celebration of Pride in our country and our community, and I wanted to share some thoughts on what this time means to me and how it aligns with the values that...

The Origins of Red Hawk and the "Cowgirl Spirit"

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Ever wonder how Red Hawk got its iconic funk? Our Managing Director Amanda tells the story of Red Hawk's sunset-hued rind and reflects on the "Cowgirl Spirit" in her latest blog post. Want to keep in touch? Join our newsletter to stay on top of recipes, product releases, and exclusive sales.

Remembering the Ferry Building

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We are sad to close a chapter in Cowgirls’ history as we bid farewell to our shop and cafe at San Francisco’s iconic Ferry Building.  We are also grateful to have been part of this community, and to have welcomed visitors there for nearly two decades.  In honor of our time at the Ferry Building, Cowgirl’s Managing Director Amanda Parker shares her own memories of the building, and speaks of what’s to come.

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.

Amanda's Food for Thought: Grandma Glo's Cherry Jello Salad

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It's an unusual holiday season, but a smaller gathering doesn't have to be short on cheer. We asked Amanda, Cowgirl Creamery Managing Director, about her family holiday traditions, and she shared her Grandma Flo's iconic Cherry Jello Salad (improved with a dollop of our crème fraîche, of course). Check out our latest blog post to hear Amanda's reflections on Christmas cheese, her dad's favorite romcom, and 50s era desserts.