Posted on The Globe and Mail on January 17, 2016 by Jared Bland (excerpt) Stirling Creamery™ Churn84™ European-Style Butter: Stirling, Ont. Stirling Creamery has been a front-runner for years now, making pleasant and distinct regular butters. With its Churn 84 series, it has boosted the fat content from the standard 80 per cent to the more Euro-style 84 […]
Buttering Us Up
Stirling Creamery™ is proud to announce that we won the Grand Champion Award from the 2015 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in the Butter Category! We received the following awards: Grand Champion Exhibitor With Highest Score Winner of the Innovative Category and overall champion We are honoured to receive this prestigious award. If you haven’t tried […]
As the Reserve Grand Champion of Dairy Production competition, butter, we would like to share our new champion with you.
Posted on Eat Locally Blog Globally on November 28, 2012 by Sarah B. Hood Back in March I had a chance to experiment with Stirling Creamery™’s Churn84™ butter, which has a higher butterfat content (84%) than most commercial butter. When I found out that the unsalted version of Churn84™ is now available in retail outlets, I asked […]
Posted in Inside Toronto on November 27, 2012 Stirling Creamery™ unsalted butter now available People in the food service industry have been using Stirling Creamery™ butter since 1925 for burnished breads, pie crusts, mile high cakes and chewy cookies. Churn84™ is an 84% butterfat butter – the first of its kind in Ontario – and […]
Posted in Ensemble Vacations on September 13, 2012 BUTTER WITH PEDIGREE Offering all-natural and barrel-churned butter since 1925, Stirling Creamery™ is the little Canadian creamery that could. Its butter has been lauded as “one of the World’s 30 Great Butters” by Saveur magazine. And now, with the launch of its Churn84™ with 84% butterfat, bakers, […]
Posted in Good Food Revolution on April 13, 2011 by Malcolm Jolley Stirling Creamery™ of Stirling Ontario, north of Belleville, will shortly unveil an 84% fat butter, to be sold to a fledgling group of artisan butchers. Sam Gundy of Olliffe’s, a high-end butcher shop in Toronto’s tony Summerhill neighbourhood has spearheaded the effort, along with his […]
Posted in Seasonal Ontario Food on July 6, 2010 Our expected last stop on our trip home from Ottawa was at the Stirling Creamery™ which is in, yes, Stirling, an attractive village a bit north of Belleville. Alas, thanks to my having attempted to set up a visit at the last moment, I was not really able […]
Posted in The Globe and Mail on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 by Chris Nuttall-Smith When she moved to Canada three years ago, Nadège Nourian, a fourth-generation pâtissier from Lyon, France, had every confidence she could reproduce the supremely flaky, buttery croissants and pain au chocolat she’d mastered over a lifetime of training back at home.
Posted in Toronto Life on February 22, 2012 by Stephen Spencer Davis The front page of today’s Globe and Mail proclaims Canada “a butter backwater,” telling readers that if they’re struggling to produce perfect pastries, they can blame the country’s butter supply. The problem, according to Chris Nuttall-Smith, is Canada’s highly regulated—and highly homogenized—dairy market. […]