It wasn’t until Chris Osborne was old enough to work his first job in a restaurant kitchen that he experienced natural and organic foods for the first time. He quickly became passionate about quality and taste, gaining a new appreciation for farmers and small producers. His path eventually led him to Blackberry Farm in 2015, where he assumed responsibility for cheese production on the farm. Blackberry Farm is part of a 4,200-acre estate in Walland, Tennessee, a location situated in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee. In addition to artisan cheese, Blackberry Farm grows and supplies sustainably-driven heirloom produce, honey and eggs to the on-site hotel and restaurant. Chris’ passion for quality, farm-fresh products has influenced his craft, influencing him to discover the nuanced flavor differences of our cheese from batch to batch—the result of a process led by the seasons. Sprinkle Brebis into your favorite salad or frittata, serve with fresh strawberries or spread on crostini with a roasted red pepper spread and fresh cucumber. This 2020 Good Food Award Winner is small-batch, seasonal and so good!
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