Collection: Sandwich Time!
Collection: Sandwich Time!

Collection: Sandwich Time!

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Time to make some amazing sandwiches! Pull out your favourite bread, pitas, naan, pizza dough etc, veggies, and condiments and get creative! 

These are some cheeses that will make amazing sandwiches. Try them cold, as grilled cheese, baked, open faced, on a panini press ... the possibilities are endless!


Willie's Goat Cheddar 160grams
Go-2 Goat 160 grams
Sylvia on the Pasture 160 grams
Lasagna Value Cheese 180grams
Chevre 200grams
River's Edge Goat Dairy Postcard

Our cheeses are cut by hand, so there are slight discrepancies of weight. We always aim to give you more! We love sharing our cheese with you.

FOR SHIPPING: CHEESE MUST SHIP OVERNIGHT. We pack your cheese in an insulated box with an ice pack via Purolator.

The River's Edge version of this creamy classic is smooth, creamy, lemony and extremely fresh tasting. Our chevre is made weekly from March through October. This seasonal favorite is enjoyed in countless ways, both sweet and savory. Try it on toast with tomatoes, in a salad, add to a smoothie, in a cheesecake, on pizza, in pasta sauce, add to a vinaigrette for a creamy dressing, and of course straight up on crackers. 

Willie's Goat Cheddar:
A mild sweet cheddar, this cheese is perfect to eat on its own! It has a slightly flaky & crumbly texture and melts in your mouth.

Go-2 Goat:
This is an amazing everyday cheese. We call it Go-2 goat because it is a "go to cheese!" that is super versatile. It has a mild flavour. It is great for sandwiches, salads, pasta, pizza and more! 

Lasagna Value Cheese:
This is a great melting cheese with a similar texture to cheddar but a more crumbly texture. We think this cheese would be perfect for lasagna an grilled cheese! 

Sylvia on the Pasture:
Syliva is one of our oldest goats in the herd! That means she has spent A LOT of time on the pasture and we thought she deserved to have a cheese named after her. This cheese is special because it is only made when the goats are actually out on the pasture eating fresh grass. You will taste a subtle sweetness and tang from the grass the goats consumed.