This past weekend, I trekked eight hours up to San Angelo, Texas with one goal in mind; to replenish my supply of goat cheese. I could’ve just ordered some on the internet, but I’d heard that my “goat-cheese lady” had gotten some “new stuff”. I just had to try the new queso fresco! Dr. Hinkle makes the best goat cheese that I’ve ever tasted. There’s absolutely nothing to compare from a regular grocer. I use her cheeses exclusively in my venison neatloaf with goat cheese recipe as well as my goat cheese-filled venison meatballs (recipe to come).
This time, I purchased the garlic & herb, rosemary & garlic, Vietnamese Chili, feta, and of course, the queso fresco, I don’t mind really stocking up since these cheeses freeze beautifully. As I mentioned before, all of these varieties plus several others are available online at www.elcaminodelascabras.com. This is not a paid advertisement. I really love to promote locally made products and have a special place in my heart for a Texas A & M graduate woman who has established a successful business that creates stuff that I love!
Don’t pass up an opportunity to check out the website and try the calamata olive cheese and the others, as well. If you’ll excuse me, I’m off to get some crackers!
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