Another Happy Accident

Wednesday, February 10, 2016


The giant wheel of brie above is what remains of the third time we’ve accidentally ordered more than we’d intended from Winter Harvest.  The first time brought us a 5 pound tub of Pequea Valley yogurt, the second a 20 pound bag of Daisy Flour.  It took some work and planning, but we used every bit of both of them, and learned some new recipes in the process.  The Buttercup Brie from Cherry Grove Farm shouldn’t require much work to polish off.  It’s rich and creamy with a pleasantly edible rind that made a perfect lunch with pickles and crackers and a lovely dessert with some fig jam.  Bob Pierson of Farm To City tells us it can be frozen, but I don’t think it will last that long.

Posted by Donna on 02/10 at 04:50 PM

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