Clock Shadow Creamery makes some of the finest and freshest cheese in Wisconsin while using sustainable farming methods. Brian is learning why this is essential in making some of the best cheese city has to offer.
Jammy Dip/Cheeseball Recipe
- Ingredients: zest of one lemon, 3 tbsp jam, 1 tsp dried thyme, 1/4 tsp salt, 1 package Clock Shadow Creamery plain quark and 1 cup chopped pecans
- Instructions: Mix the ingredients, except pecans, together. Salt to taste. (If cheeseball: Form into a ball and roll in chopped pecans to coat.) Serve with crackers and fruit.
- We recommend rolling the cheeseball in chopped pecans and then plating the cheeseball during the segment for a good visual.
About Clock Shadow Creamery (website)
Clock Shadow Creamery is a pioneering urban cheese factory committed to being a model local venture. Our goal is to produce and provide our customers with amazingly fresh, local cheese. Our mission is simple; our cheese factory will tread softly on the local environment, provide opportunities to learn the craft of cheese making, educate the public on the nutrient value of fresh dairy products, and connect local farmers choices, with the values of our customers.
Opening in April of 2012, Clock Shadow Creamery is located on the ground floor of the newest "green" Fix building in the Walker’s Point Neighborhood. While it is the first urban cheese factory in Wisconsin, our cheese makers are certainly aged – with wisdom. Clock Shadow Creamery was created by the founders of Cedar Grove Cheese, one of Wisconsin’s oldest cheese producers. Cedar Grove Cheese introduced a small scale cheese laboratory several years ago in Plain, WI to accommodate the desire of small farmers and itinerant cheese makers to produce and market small batches of specialty artisan cheese varieties.