Cheeses from Chester County; Then and Now
Historical Presentation and Guided Tasting
Take a look at the history of cheese making in Chester County and Southeast Pennsylvania and delight your senses as you sample a selection of local cheeses while our Artisans guide you through the various flavors,textures and aromas that make their products truly unique.
William Woys Weaver
Well known food historian and author who has devoted nearly 30 years of research into the the origins of American cookery and the traditional kitchen garden. He maintains the Roughwood Seed Collection, consisting of some 2,000 varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Through the Seed Savers Exchange, he has supplied seeds and plants to historic gardens world-wide.
Sue and Ken Miller -Birchrun Hills Farm
Birchrun Hills Farm produces several raw milk cheeses from their own herd of Holstein cows. They are conservation-minded family farmers from rural Chester County.
Yellow Springs Farm proudly offers both fresh and aged Artisanal Goat Cheeses. The most important part of our cheeses is the exceptionally good milk our goats produce. Each small batch is handmade, and never includes preservatives or anything artificial.
Martha Pisano- Highland Farm
Martha is a pioneer cheese maker and dairy farmer, specializing in artisan sheep’s milk products, fresh to aged. Highland Farm producers fresh Brebis with Herbes de Provence , heavenly feta, classic Spanish-style Manchego, aged-to-perfection Romano and simply divine, peasant style Tomme.
**Martha will be joined by award-winning artisan cheese maker Kristian Holbrook of Doe Run Farm.
Bring it Home!
Our artisans will have a selection of their fine cheeses for purchase at the conclusion of the program
Registration InformationSeating for this event is limited Pre-Registration is Required PASA Members: $10.00 Non-Members: $15.00 Please mail check payable to: PASA PASA Southeast Regional Office 737 Constitution Drive Exton, Pa 19341 For questions, email – [email protected] or Call (610) 458-5700 ext 317