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Two Ways to Prepare Rush Creek Reserve from Uplands Cheese

Posted byVFC Marketing Team on Thu, Dec 17, 2020 @ 10:30 AM

 

Two Ways to Prepare Rush Creek Reserve
from Uplands Cheese

To say that 2020 has been difficult is an understatement on so many levels. We’re looking forward to customers being able to have the comfort and consistency of good local food during the holidays. Rush Creek Reserve is sure to be a bright spot and definitely something worth celebrating! Many blessings.
-Sarah Clemens, Cheese Department


1. Family Dinner (serves 2-4)

Serve with oven roasted rosemary potato wedges, local artisan bread, sliced meats, dippable veggies and apple slices for something sweet.

Pairing: Belgian Tripel or dry white wine

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2. Holiday Treat (serves 4-6)

Serve with prosciutto wrapped bread sticks, cured meats, sliced pears and apples, grapes, roasted chestnuts, and local artisan bread.

Pairing: sparkling rosé, Cava or Champagne

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The iconic Rush Creek Reserve is a very limited-release cheese from cheesemaker Andy Hatch at Uplands Cheese Company in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. This satiny, unpasteurized, soft cheese is created in the style of the Swiss classic, Vacherin Mont d’Or. It is spoonable, spreadable, and has notes of smoke, earth, and fresh cream. Made with the rich evening milk as the cows’ diet begins to change from summer pasture to the winter’s dry hay, making Rush Creek Reserve exclusively available in the late autumn.

 

Tags: Holiday Time, Rush Creek Reserve, Uplands Cheese, Home for the Holidays