May 6, 2016

A Taste of Mendocino County by Maureen McHugh

Northern California is a beautiful place to visit in the spring; the warm afternoons and cool evenings make it the perfect transition from a Midwest winter. For the last few years my husband Steve and I have made this trip to spend some time with our west coast daughter. We always opt to stay in the “wine valley.” This year […]
April 29, 2016


I ❤️ MOM GIFT BAG We’ve put together an assortment of delicious any Mother would love. Crowd favorite La Tur Langhe, a gelato-like blend of three milks, matched with a jar of Raspberry-Rose Petal-Szechuan Pepper Jam. Also, l’Amuse Aged Gouda, sweet-salty goodness, which pairs ever-so-well with Chocolate-Nut Toffee from Indulgence Chocolatiers. Packed with Damsel’s Buttermilk Crackers in a reusable Marché lunch bag. $49. […]
April 11, 2016

A Better Understanding of Raw Milk Cheese by Daniel Sirko

It seems there’s a day/week/month for nearly every cause/fad/group these days but the one we really take to heart is fast approaching. On April 16th, Marché is participating in the international “Raw Milk Cheese Appreciation Day” organized by the Oldways Cheese Coalition. Their mission is to bring a research-based approach to promote and protect traditional cheeses and artisan cheesemakers. They are instrumental in […]
April 6, 2016

What We’re Cookin’: Rosemary Chili Cheddar Bites by Susan Argiris

When I made these crackers for a tasting at Marché they were the absolute bomb.  So I’ve been playing with the recipe a little and discovered I love them even more with a little rosemary.  I also discovered this recipe is all about using a great cheese – it makes all the difference.  The best batch was made with Montgomery’s […]