Saturday, October 29, 2022

Prairie Sky #Holiday2022

Yak cheese. You heard me. Yak. Cheese. All of Prairie Sky's small batch cheeses come from free range yak, a remote terroir 13,000 feet above sea level high in the Himalayas, and nomadic yak herders from an endangered culture. The cheese is brought down from the affinage on horseback using yak as pack animals on a 5 day journey to Kathmandu. Sounds almost like a fairytale.
Made exclusively for Prairie Sky, it's not available anywhere else in the USA or Europe. They live on an 83 acre horse and yak ranch in Southwest Wisconsin, and are in the process of starting a yak dairy with the Amish to make domestic yak cheese. Wisconsin Foodie calls it “the coolest new thing no-one is talking about". The cheeses we tried were a unique experience, unlike any cheese we’ve had before. We had cheddar and gruyere, and a softer cheese called tomme. You can cook with this cheese (it melts great), but we mostly ate it plain with some crackers and fruit. A nice snack. Even Callan liked it and he is not the adventurous sort!
Prairie Sky's Yak Cheese would be a unique beautiful gift for cheese lovers and foodies this Holiday season!


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