Marinated Fromage Blanc

Marinated Fromage Blanc is packed full of locally sourced olive oil, black peppercorns, bay leaf and a chili pepper. Eat the cheese and save the oil and contents for salad dressing.

Serving & Storing Suggestions:

We recommend refrigerating all our cheeses before/after eating, including the Marinated Fromage Blanc. You will want to remove from the fridge and bring to room temp before eating - typically, this can take 15-30 minutes for the olive oil to re-liquify and makes it much easier to scoop/spread the cheese and olive oil on crackers or bread. 

If you don't plan to eat it all in one sitting, you can put back in the fridge and eat again at a later time following the steps above. Try to keep the cheese mostly submerged in the olive oil to keep fresh. 
Marinated Fromage Blanc
$15.00 USD

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We prioritize freshness so we only ship out Mondays with 2nd day delivery.

All Natural Practices

We want you to know where your food comes from and that it is 100% healthy.

Sustainable Farming

The farm embraces solar power, circular waste reduction & water catchments.

Meet the Creamery
Owners

MICHELLE & JACK RUDOLPH

Stepladder Creamery isn't simply another cheese company—it represents the heartfelt journey of Jack and Michelle Rudolph, who took a huge risk to transition from careers in tech and event planning to pursue a love of cheesemaking that began in the confines of Jack’s apartment.


Their shared enthusiasm for cheesemaking and sustainable agriculture has revitalized Jack's grandfather's 150-year-old historic ranch, turning it into a stronghold for handcrafted quality and environmentally responsible farming.

Jack and Michelle stand for embracing a narrative of love, commitment, and innovation. By treating their goats like family and enhancing the land through increased biodiversity, Jack and Michelle invite you to join a movement where artisanal craftmanship prevails.


More than just cheesemakers, the Rudolphs are profoundly committed to the well-being of their team, their animals, and the support of similar small businesses and makers. Each piece of Stepladder cheese embodies the Rudolphs' unwavering dedication to perfecting their craft.

Meet the Creamery Owners

Michelle & Jack Rudolph

Jack and Michelle stand for embracing a narrative of love, commitment, and innovation. By treating their goats like family and enhancing the land through increased biodiversity, Jack and Michelle invite you to join a movement where artisanal craftmanship prevails.


More than just cheesemakers, the Rudolphs are profoundly committed to the well-being of their team, their animals, and the support of similar small businesses and makers. Each piece of Stepladder cheese embodies the Rudolphs' unwavering dedication to perfecting their craft.

Stepladder Creamery isn't simply another cheese company—it represents the heartfelt journey of Jack and Michelle Rudolph, who took a huge risk to transition from careers in tech and event planning to pursue a love of cheesemaking that began in the confines of Jack’s apartment.


Their shared enthusiasm for cheesemaking and sustainable agriculture has revitalized Jack's grandfather's 150-year-old historic ranch, turning it into a stronghold for handcrafted quality and environmentally responsible farming.

Sustainable from Start to End

STEPLADDER CREAMERY

Being a sustainable ranch and creamery is non-negotiable for us. We love where we live and work, and want to keep it just as beautiful as when we got here.

How do we stay sustainable?

Solar-Power

A 50KW solar array on the farm produces roughly 90 percent of the energy we use

Water Catchments

We rely on spring water and a large rain catchment refreshed by the annual rain as our main source

Circular Waste-Reduction

We utilize the manure from the goats to fertilize our orchards, and free-roaming Stepladder piggies receive the spent whey from the creamery and get to eat any unsellable harvested fruit and vegetable.

The Happiest Goats in the USA

As a farmstead creamery, we raise our goats on the farm and make cheese from their milk, which allows us to manage every aspect of the Stepladder cheese production.

With every passing season, our herd has grown, as has the variety of both goat and cow’s milk cheeses we now produce in our creamery.


Our herd of 40 goats consists of registered LaManchas (the only breed of goats developed in the United States), and they happily graze on three acres of open pasture!

Experience award winning small batch cheese from farmstead goats and local cow milk

Every bite is a testament to our cared-for animals and state-of-the-art techniques that delivers exceptional quality and freshness to your palate.

Small batch cheese from
farmstead goat and local cow milk

Every bite is a testament to our cared-for animals and state-of-the-art techniques that delivers exceptional quality and freshness to your palate.