A Cheese Plate for Lovers

Few things are as romantic as sharing a cheese plate. You pour some wine, light some candles, and let the nibbling begin. For Valentine’s Day, a lot of people get hung up on symbolism, but what means more: a box of box of heart-shaped chocolates or a selection of cheeses that have been around for centuries?


Please step away from the Jarlsberg

If you’re anything like me you have a number of things you will always find sitting in your refrigerator: Milk, eggs, your supply of beers (or wines depending on who you are), maybe that plastic container of Chinese you’ve forgotten about. And let’s not forget the most important part…your favorite chunk of cheese.

Goot Essa

Blogging the Farming for the future Conference-Part One:

This year Di Brunos sent me as our ambassador to the 20th annual PASA conference in State College, PA. What is PASA you ask? The Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture supports farmers throughout the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, helps put consumers in contact with growers and producers of sustainable, local food and does advocacy work for a safe & sustainable food system in Pennsylvania.

Ardmore Farmers Market

Di Bruno’s is Expecting!

We are proud to announce the delivery of the newest member of the family: “Di Bruno Bros. @ Ardmore Farmer’s Market” in Suburban Square, Ardmore Pa. Due Date: April 2011

Goats in Disguise!

One of the most misunderstood items we sell is goat's milk cheese. Why is goat cheese so maligned? Probably for the same reasons it is so beloved: it can be gooey, flaky, zesty, tangy and maybe even a bit barnyardy.

Stilton vs. Stichelton

Raw vs. Pasteurized: Stilton vs. Stichelton

If you love cheese, you probably know about the recent crackdowns on two prominent raw milk dairies in Washington state. I’ve been reading a lot about food policy this week, so I treated myself to a side-by-side tasting of two British blues – one made from raw milk, the other pasteurized. Meet Stichelton and Colston