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Friday, June 21, 2013

Cobblestone Farmer's Market at Old Salem on Saturday

We produce raw milk aged farmstead cheeses, fresh chevres (soft goat cheese, available plain or flavored), feta (available brined or marinated) and farmers cheese (available plain or flavored) using only milk from our goat herd, in our new creamery.

Each Saturday morning from 9am until noon you'll find us set up at the Cobblestone Farmers Market in Old Salem selling our farmstead goat cheese.
Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market's vendors will be set up adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the Intersection of West Street and Salt Street in Winston-Salem, NC. The market runs through November 23rd.

We pack the coolers with a variety of out goat milk cheeses and bring along a crate of our handmade goat's milk soap too. We'll be sampling a few of our cheeses each week too, so be sure to stop by our tent to say hi and try the goat cheeses!

Visit our farm's website for a list of other local stores and markets where customers are now able to purchase our goat cheeses in addition to our on-site farm store, which is just a few miles North of Winston-Salem. Plan a trip to the farm to visit with us and meet the girls!

Good Food Weekend!
Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market and LaLa

One of the best parts of visiting the Cobblestone Farmers Market is the ability to ask the farmers and producers questions about their products: "What variety is this?" "How do you cook it?" ... and never having to ask "Was this freshly picked?". While every market day is a celebration of the good food movement, this Sunday is the LaLa, an extra special day for good music and good food to come together.
For more information, check out:
article in today's Winston-Salem Journal Relish section
- The
radio interview on Triad Arts Weekend with David Ford
Tickets will be available at the $10 advance ticket price at the market's information booth or

Featured "Goods" This Saturday:

Lavender Anne's: new summertime scent, Lavender Lemongrass Soap Scattered Seeds Farm: kohlrabi, red cabbage, squash
Plum Granny Farm: certified organic FRESH garlic, garlic scapes, baby kale
*Garlic Scape tip: make a pesto, add to a white bean dip, roast with potatoes, grill or sautee with veggies
Sugar Creek Farm: certified organic cucumbers
Harmony Ridge Farms: fennel, heirloom tomatoes
JEEM: greenhouse grown tomatoes (beefsteak, grape, heirloom, cherry)
Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery: Shredded Rock House Raw Milk Aged Goat Cheese
* Shredded Rock House tip: use over salads, chicken, pasta, or pizza,
Fat Bear Farm: LAST WEEK OF ASPARAGUS, basil, FRESH garlic
Yellow Wolf Farm: pork chops
Beta Verde: "This BEETS All" Tapenade
Heritage Homestead: "Kale Yeah" goat cheese spread

This Saturday, Barrie Howard will be performing in the "Midway". Tickets for the LaLa, the good music and good food event benefitting the Cobblestone Farmers Market on Sunday, June 23rd, are available at the Information Booth and online.

The ATM on site is in the back entrance of Moravian Gift and Book, just behind the red door. Parking is available in the gravel lot next to the market on Salt Street, in the grass lot on Academy Street and along most streets in the district.

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
Germanton, NC 27019

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery is located on Buffalo Creek Farm Road in Germanton, NC near the intersection of Hwy 65 and Hwy 8 (Germanton Road) at the Forsyth / Stokes County line. We are a few miles north of Winston-Salem and a short drive from Rural Hall, King, Walkertown, Kernersville, Walnut Cove, Danbury, High Point, Greensboro, Pilot Mountain, Mt. Airy and other communities in the Piedmont of North Carolina and Virginia. In our on site Farm Store, we have both raw milk aged goat cheese and fresh chevres, grass fed beef, pastured lamb and pastured free range eggs along with our handmade goat's milk soap and other local goodness.

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