This Week at Saxelby Cheesemongers: Goats on the Radio, Goat Cheesy Gifts for Easter, and National Grilled Cheese Month!

 Celebrate the First Goat Cheeses of the Season with Our ‘Bloom Into Spring’ Gift Box. Makes a Perfect Gift for that Goat Cheese Lover in Your Life! Order at saxelbycheese.com
 
Bloom Into Spring Gift BoxSaxelby’s ‘Bloom Into Spring’ gift box includes a handsome hand-sewn purse filled with Bourbon Vanilla Sea Salt Goat Caramels from Big Picture Farm and three delicious bright & tangy spring cheeses fresh from the farm: Sozzled Pearl, Simply Sheep, and Lake’s Edge. It’s all packed up in a beautiful Saxelby Cheesemongers wooden gift box and shipped straight to your front door. 
 
$75, plus shipping. For more info, visit saxelbycheese.com
 

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Kick Off National Grilled Cheese Month with Saxelby Cheesemongers! 
(as if we really needed an excuse)  
 
Did you know that April is National Grilled Cheese Month?! Well, to be completely honest, we didn’t know either until quite recently… but man are we excited about it! Each and every week, Saxelby Cheesemongers will be debuting a different, tantalizingly melty and delicious grilled cheese sandwich for you to savor. Check out this week’s scrumptious sandwich at our shop and indulge your inner five-year-old:
 
grilled cheese‘The Classic’ 
You asked for it, and we delivered! Who needs anything fancy when you’ve got amazing bread, sinfully rich butter, and great farmstead cheese? We put a hefty slice of Shelburne Farm cheddar betwixt two slices of pullman bread liberally slathered with butter from Trickling Springs Farm. Why mess with perfection, we ask?
 
Stay tuned each and every Monday for a different grilled cheese sandwich! 
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Tune in to a fresh episode of Cutting the Curd TODAY from 5:30-6:00pm on the Heritage Radio Network, or download the show as a podcast and listen anytime!
Today we’ll be talking about the other side of kidding season on the farm. Just a few weeks back we interviewed cheese makers about kidding season and the arrival of fresh goat cheeses to the market. However, on every farm there’s pretty much a 50/50 ratio of girl kids (doelings) and boy kids (bucklings). What happens to the bucklings, who don’t really have a place on a dairy farm? 
We’ll chat with two innovators: Jonny Hunter of Madison Wisconsin’s Underground Food Collective and Erin Fairbanks of  Heritage Foods USA to see how chefs are utilizing goat meat. Did you know that goat meat makes up the majority of meat consumed across the globe? Or that Americans import an incredible amount of goat meat each year, while local goat resources go unused? Tune into this fascinating episode and learn about America’s burgeoning goat meat movement!
Got questions for Cutting the Curd? Ideas for future shows? Tell us what you want to hear! Email us at info@heritageradionetwork.com!
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Cheese of the Month Club 
Gotta give a gift? Send the gift of cheese to someone you love! 
Visit saxelbycheese.com for our full selection of cheesy packages, gift certificates, and more! We ship all across the country, so what are you waiting for?
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