Where does that Egg Nog come from?

Home/Uncategorized/Where does that Egg Nog come from?

At Chuckanut Bay Foods we understand how important it is to know where your food is coming from and that is why we’ve decided to start a new feature on the blog highlighting this issue. Today we are going to talk about a holiday favorite; the Egg Nog Cheesecake and where the delicious first ingredient comes from.

Twin Brook Creamery is a fifth-generation farm nestled in the town of Lynden, Washington. The farm was founded back in 1910, and since that time they have established a homestead that has produced hay, milk cows, nursery plants and row crops. In 2001, dairyman Larry Stap along with his wife Debbie purchased the farm and built it into the well-known dairy it is today. At Twin Brook Creamery you can get the Cream Top Milk (kosher-certified), which was actually made famous by the farm. You can find out more about this dairy on their website here, and be sure to follow them on Facebook at Twin Brook Creamery.

Twin Brook’s Egg Nog helps make our holiday cheesecake a favorite for all ages. With its homemade flavor and rich, creamy texture, it brings back warm memories of holiday tradition and time with the family. Ready to go in easy packaging, this cheesecake is sure to be a hit this season.

Which ingredient would you like to see featured on the blog next? Leave us a comment below!

2017-06-20T10:31:48+00:00 By |Uncategorized|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. […] Egg Nog: Make this holiday a tradition with our Egg Nog Cheesecake. This cheesecake is blended with Egg Nog exclusively from Lynden, Washington’s own Twin Brook Creamery. It has a rich and flavorful homemade taste that will bring back warm memories of holiday tradition and time with the family. To learn more about where the egg nog in this delicious dessert comes from, check out this blog post. […]

  2. […] as possible as close to home as possible. Much of our milk and cream, including the eggnog for our eggnog cheesecake, comes from Twinbrook Creamery, located just 30 minutes away in pastoral Lynden, Washington. […]

Leave A Comment