Shellbark Hollow Farm to be featured at Camphill Kimberton’s January “What’s for Dinner?” Event
Shellbark Hollow Farm makes award-winning, hand-made artisan goat cheeses. Cheesemaker Pete Demchur and his sister, Donna Levitsky, operate this family-run business, and the freshness of Shellbark Hollow Farm Cheese, typically less than a week old, speaks to the quality of their products. Pete’s goat herd and his cheese-making grew from a hobby to a successful business. Shellbark Hollow Farm has been recognized as one of Chester County’s oldest established artisan goat dairies, providing their award-winning products to many chefs, fine restaurants, retail establishments, and local Farmers’ Markets throughout the tri-state area.
Shellbark Hollow Farm’s herd of Nubian goats produces a high-quality, rich, butterfat milk that cheese lovers crave. Philadelphia Magazine honored Shellbark Hollow Farm with a “Best of Philly 2008″ award for their Dry Sharp Chèvre, and Philadelphia Inquirer named their Chèvre and Sharp 2 cheeses “Cheese of the Month” for November 2009. Shellbark Hollow Farm is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, the Chester County Cheese Artisans, and the Pennsylvania Farmstead & Artisan Cheese Alliance. Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is thrilled to showcase their amazing product at our upcoming What’s for Dinner? event.
Stay tuned for more details on how the cheese will be served. Shellbark Hollow Farm cheese makes an appearance in the first and second courses, as well as during the cocktail hour. For more information about our farm to table dinner, please visit www.camphillkimberton.org/whatsfordinner.