Welcome to Knockanore Farmhouse Cheese
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Knockanore Farmhouse Cheese in Costco Stores, Los Angeles, USA.
Knockanore Cheese, one of the suppliers to the Country Store in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.
Knockanore Cheese at a tasting session at Eurospar Dungarvan last November.
From the farmlands of the Knockanore valley to the pastures along the Blackwater river dwells a cheese company that is creating quality, artisanal cheeses.
These talented individuals have rediscovered what many believed was a lost art in Ireland. Through intensive study
and a strong dedication to the art of cheese
making, the Knockanore cheese makers handcraft
distinctive cheeses to market for consumers to
Situated in County Waterford in the ancient parish
of Knockanore, or Cnoc an Oir – the hill of gold,
Eamonn and Patricia Lonergan’s farm produces
Knockanore Cheese, a GOLD-WINNER at the
IRISH & WORLD CHEESE AWARDS in 2011. A hard-pressed, mature farm-house
cheese made with raw cow’s milk from the
Lonergan’s own Pedigree Friesian herd
subtle flavour, and
rich creamy texture
offers a real taste
of the country. It
with spices and
herbs such as black
pepper and chives
You can support artisanal cheese making in Ireland and around the world by purchasing these extraordinary cheeses directly from the farm, at farmers’ markets or at retailers, whether you are a cheese maker, a cheese lover, or are in related business, we welcome your participation.
Sweet potato and Knockanore cheddar soup
Anula makes Sweet potato soup with Knockanore Cheese garlic & herbs cheddar and pepper & chives cheddar.
Read more about the recipe.
Read the review about Knockanore Cheese.
Eamonn receiving his Gold Irish Cheese Award 2011 at Shop.
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Eamonn pictured at the Harvest Festival 2010 in Ardkeen, Waterford. Picture taken by: Garrett FitzGerald Photography (www.garfitzphoto.com )
More pictures from the event here.
Eamonn pictured with his son Edward and Darina Allen of Ballymaloe Cookery School at the Waterford Festival of Food 2010 in Dungarvan recently.
Pictured taken by: David Clynch www.davidclynchphotography.com