Here on the farm we love fresh Chèvre. In our first year of opening the creamery, fresh Chèvre was all we made.

Chèvre has quick turnaround time from being in the udder to being on your plate - less than one week to be exact! We work hard to have healthy, happy goats that in turn give us extremely high quality milk. Our milk quality is what makes our fresh Chèvre stand out from the rest.

Although fresh Chèvre is delicious on its own, over the years we have curated different flavors that we make at home and love to share with friends and family. A few of our favorite flavor additions include chives, pepper and edible flowers. Read on to get our simple recipes to take your next container of fresh Chèvre to the next level. 

cheese board

Fresh Chèvre is good enough to eat straight from the container with a spoon - we don't judge! Michelle and Jack Rudolph, Stepladder Creamery owners, love Chèvre paired with Rustic Bakery crackers, pickled vegetables, cured meats, and Lady of the Sunshines Rosé


  • 1 6oz ball → divided into 3 equal parts
  • 1 Bunch of fresh Chives finely chopped
  • 1-2 Tablespoons fresh cracker pepper, we prefer any pepper from OakTown Spice shop
  • 1 few edible flowers (if you got them!)

cheese board and wine


 Chives in a log

  • Chopped chives → sprinkle on a flat surface
  • Roll out the Chèvre into a neat 3-3.5 inch log
  • Once the log is formed, place on the flat surface with the freshly chopped chives 
  • Roll on all sides making sure to get the ends pieces 

Pepper Ball

  • Grind about 1-2 tablespoons of pepper and put in a small bowl
  • Roll Chèvre into a ball 
  • Place chevre ball in the bowl and swirl until coated in pepper

Chèvre Puck

  • Roll / flatten Chèvre into a small puck
  • Garnish with edible flowers 

cheese and wine

Place all ingredients arranged on board and enjoy! Chèvre is only available during the Spring-Fall months when the goat's milk is freshest. Available at farmer's markets throughout California and our online store. Buy online today. 

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