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Oregon Growers Introduces NEW Line of Fruit Pâtés!

Submitted by on January 13, 2011 – 2:24 pmNo Comment

Oregon Growers  Shippers (web) - -Fruit Pate box

We are proud to offer a simple, delicious, and unique condiment we like to call Fruit Pâté. Our Fruit Pates distill the pure essence of our locally grown fruits.  Their bright flavor and subtle sweetness is the perfect counterpoint to artisan cheese. Our Fruit Pates are made from whole fruit with no additives or preservatives and are 100% natural and Gluten Free. We are offering three delicious flavors to pair with a variety of soft ripen to aged cow or sheep’s milk cheeses.

Our Pear Hazelnut Fruit Pâté is made with ripe Oregon bartlett pears and locally roasted hazelnuts are combined to create a delicious and unique condiment that will complement your favorite cheese. We recommend serving the Pear & Hazelnut Fruit Pâté with Blue Cheeses.

For our Strawberry Fig Fruit Pâté the bright flavors of ripe Oregon Strawberries are perfectly balanced by earthy figs to create a smooth and delicious condiment prefect for cheese plates. We recommend serving the Strawberry Fruit Pâté with soft ripened cow’s milk cheese.

Quince Fruit Pâté is similar to  Membrillo, a  traditional condiment from Spain that is often served with aged Manchego,  Spain’s flagship Sheep’s’ milk cheese.  Whole US Grown quince are cooked into a smooth puree. Sugar and a lemon are then added and cooked carefully for several hours so that the sugars gently caramelize adding a rich amber hue and gentle sweetness. We recommend serving with aged sheep or cow’s milk cheeses.

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