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Why To Choose Ed-Mar Dairy Cheese
Our milking techniques allow our cows to be milked when THEY want to be milked. Once our milk is turned into cheese it’s aged for 60+ days.
Pure, simple ingredients. No antibiotics, no artificial hormones. The result is great flavor.
Dairy farming is our passion. We have received numerous awards in our pursuit of creating the best milk possible. Our commitment continues as we offer our fine selection of farmstead cheeses.
``Life is great. Cheese makes it better.`` - Avery Aames, The Long Quiche Goodbye
Where To Buy Our Cheese
Click to find out what restaurants and caterers use Ed-Mar Dairy Farmstead cheese in their dishes.
A History of Quality
The Gibson family has received 12 milk quality awards as Dairy Farmers of America Mideast Area members. Eddie Gibson explains their mission, “Both Marcy’s and my own parents instilled in each of us that if something is worth doing, then it’s worth doing right. Therefore producing wholesome, high quality milk is important to us. Our cows live in a clean, comfortable environment and have a better balanced diet than most people. This is the foundation of producing the best milk and cheese.”
Eddie Gibson | Owner, Ed-Mar Dairy
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Interview With A Chef: The Farm Girl Chef - Tricia Houston
Just off of Mt Zion Road and I-75 is the new Friendly Market, home to nine local small businesses boasting the best the midwest has to offer. In the middle is a cozy general store called the Farmstead Market. Here you’ll find Tricia Houston – the “Farm Girl Chef” – busy cooking up breakfast burritos, grass fed burgers for lunch, and always a fan favorite: her macaroni and cheese. We caught up with her to find out why she herself is a fan of Ed-Mar cheese.
EMD: How long have you been farming and had a store here at the Friendly Market?
FARM GIRL CHEF: Since 2006 I’ve operated Napoleon Ridge Farm and I opened the Farmstead Market here in 2013.
EMD: Why have you chosen to feature Ed-Mar cheese in your dishes?
FARM GIRL CHEF: The taste! There really is a difference in the richness of cheese that’s almost directly from the farm vs cheese that’s been processed in a plant. Plus we firmly believe in supporting the local farmers and you can see that our general store is full of Kentucky Proud products. With Ed-Mar we’ve even provided part of our space for them to cut and package their cheeses.
EMD: What’s your favorite Ed-Mar Farmstead cheese?
FARM GIRL CHEF: Maddie’s Gold makes our macaroni and cheese taste irresistible! We also use it in our specials. It’s cute that they named the cheese after their daughter.
EMD: What else do you like about Ed-Mar Dairy?
FARM GIRL CHEF: They’re good people. You can actually visit their farm, see the cows and how well cared for they are and watch how they are milked.
The Farm Girl Chef: Tricia Houston at her general store “The Farmstead Market”.