We're excited to offer you delicious, fresh food, all from within a 100 mile radius of Renaissance.
Buying and eating locally-produced foods decreases the amount of travel fuels (and time) associated with food transport. It supports local jobs and our overall community economy. Best of all, locavores enjoy the freshest, ripest, most nutritional foods available.
Now that's the good life!
FRESH THIS WEEK
We're featuring some yummy, crisp Melrose apples from Johnston Farms and the following cheeses, all from cow's milk...
MUTSCHLI, from Pleasant Valley Dairy
This firm, smooth cheese from a Swiss culture and recipe has a sweet, nutty flavor.
CIRRUS, from Mt Townsend Creamery
Sublime, local Camembert; mellow, earthy, smooth, creamy, hints of mushroom and truffle.
LITTLE BOY BLUE, from Willapa Hills Creamery
mmmmm, tart, tangy blue with rich, buttery paste; hints of smooth caramel. This is a soft blue, aged 2+ months.
You are likely to be enjoying...
Bread and other artisanal baked goods from our favorite local bakeries
The Bell Street Bakery in Sequim
Fresh Creamery Butter and Cheeses from
Golden Glen Creamery in Bow
the Elwha Apiary in Port Angeles
Local Berry Preserves from
Graysmarsh Farms in the Dungeness Valley
Fruits and Vegetables from
the Port Angeles Farmers' Market
Artisanal Cheeses from
Mt Townsend Creamery in Port Townsend
Pleasant Valley Dairy
Wild Harvest Creamery
Estrella Family Creamery
Willapa Hills Farmstead Cheeses