While Fair Food never charges local farmers and food producers for the support we offer, we’re always extra excited when these constituents choose to become Fair Food members.
Farmer-cheesemaker Sue Miller of Birchrun Hills Farm is one of these producers. We’ve worked with her for years to source some of the region’s best-loved artisan cheeses, made with love and raw Holstein cow’s milk: fudgy Birchrun Blue, grassy Fat Cat, stinky Red Cat, and -- back in the Fair Food Farmstand’s cheese case this week after a long absence -- Tomme Molé, a creamy wheel coated with a blend of coffee, cocoa, chili, and cinnamon. Last year, Sue and her family raised funds for an on-site aging cave that will allow their farm and cheesemaking business to streamline operations and scale up their production. We’re so excited that there will be even more Birchrun Hills cheese to go around.
In the meantime, don’t forget to stop by the Fair Food Farmstand for your holiday cheese plate -- and be sure to ask our friendly staff for a taste of Birchrun Hills’ product line while you’re there!