Best OF Charleston - Best Local Artisanal Food Product

January 30, 2018

Thank you ALL that voted for us in Charleston City Paper Best Of and got us into the Finals for Best Local Artisanal Food Product! This is from the paper 2018 Best of Charleston Congratulations, Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse was again nominated in the annual Best of Charleston for the Best Local Artisanal Food Product! Best of Charleston Voting will run from January 31 - February 23. Make your voice count! We will remind you daily to vote PLEASE! Link to follow tomorrow!  

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Featured in Charlston City Paper

November 21, 2017

Thank  you Charleston City Paper for the amazing mention in local gift ideas. Calling all locavores Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 4:41 PM Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse Cheese is always in good taste. The Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse is a "true artisan cheese producer" with products that are "hand poured, cultured, mixed, molded, salted, aged and wrapped all by hand" on location in Charleston. They use low temperature pasteurized milk from Hickory Hill cows located in Edgefield, S.C., and raw whole milk from Green Grocer Jersey cows located on Wadmalaw Island. The Chardonnay Wash ($30 for 11 oz.) would be the perfect gift and or contribution to a pot luck. This semi-hard cheese is aged approximately eight weeks...

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DC were back! Join us at EmporiYum!!

November 09, 2017

Coming to Washington DC for the amazing EmporiYum event!   Join us and amazing local and not so local artisans ... Go HERE to buy tickets & see you soon Grab all your savvy foodie friends and join us for this one-of-a-kind food marketplace featuring the tastiest treats from around the country. Discover delicious foods and purchase thoughtful gifts and top-quality products from a lineup of artisans you won’t find anywhere else. There’ll be tunes from a DJ, plus sips and samples.   

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Mike Geno paints The Battery Park

November 07, 2017

Culture Magazine Meet the Guy Who Paints Portraits of Cheese Mike Geno paints cheese. Creamy swirls of Brie; dense, mottled blues; feta flecked with pepper.  “Seeing this wedge—there was something about it that made me think, ‘Oh my God, you have to paint this before you eat it.’” We were honored to have Mike Geno paint a piece on our beloved Battery Park Brie.

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