Farmview Market carries Rock House Creamery’s creamline milk. Remember (or maybe you’ve just heard of) the days when you could get pasteurized milk that wasn’t homogenized? The cream would rise to the top and you could skim that off for other uses, or shake up the milk and enjoy some of the richest milk ever. The milk comes from the farm’s herd of Jersey-Holstein-Swedish Red cows and is especially high in butterfat. We tried the gourmet chocolate milk and it was the best chocolate milk we’ve ever tasted. Delicious cold, it would have been just as wonderful warmed, but no one was willing to wait long enough to turn their chocolate milk into hot cocoa. Ask at the market about signing up for a guided tour of Rock House Creamery and learn how they produce their milk and cheese. $2.09 per 1-pint bottle. $4.99 per quart.
Chewy Savory Beef Sticks
Beef sticks have become a popular snack thing - high in protein, low carb and flavorful. They’re satisfying to chew and depending on ingredients, are popular on diets like Paleo and Whole30. They’re basically spiced sausages - unlike beef jerky that is slices of flavored beef. Farmview Market’s beef sticks are made from 100 percent grass-fed beef and contain minimal preservatives. They process the meat, grind it, flavor it and smoke it all at the market. We brought home the Sweet Maple Bacon and Tex-Mex flavors and they were a hit. The sticks are also available in Habanero, Habanero BBQ, Sriracha, Land Jaeger and Mandarin flavors. $12.99 a pound.
Farmview Market, 2610 Eatonton Highway, Madison. farmviewmarket.com
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