Raclette & Grilled Cheese Sandwiches at our upcoming Farmers’ markets

This weekend Harper & Blohm will be showcasing melted Victorian cheese at two accredited Victorian Farmers’ Markets in Melbourne.

You can find us at:

Collingwood Children's Farm Farmers’ Market

Saturday 12th November  (2nd Saturday of the month)

8am – 1pm

- Selling Grilled Raclette on potatoes and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Eltham Farmers’ Market

Sunday 13th November (2nd & 4th Sunday of the month)

9am – 1pm

- Selling Grilled Raclette on potatoes and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Grilled cheese sandwiches 

This week we will be making grilled cheese sandwiches at #CollingwoodFM & #ElthamFM, filled with local Victorian cheese and the odd seasonal vegetable from other great market stall holders we have got to know. We also use the beautiful Tivoli Road Bakery sourdough bread that we sell in the shop on Saturdays for our  sandwiches.

This weeks Grilled Cheese Sandwiches are:

Barry's Blue - Berrys Creek Mossvale Blue, Langdale Orchards pear, rocket and Boonderoo walnuts

The Classic - Maffra Cheddar, L’artisan Mepunga Gruyere and Raclette with caramelised onion

Welsh Rarebit - Maffra Cheddar with Grand Ridge Hatlifter Stout, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, cayenne pepper and Spring Creek Organics leeks


Come and try some melted organic L’artisan Raclette, from South Western Victoria, served over steamed potatoes from Spring Creek Organics. Raclette originates from Switzerland, where in the Middle Ages they were melting cow’s cheese above ash. It’s a very typical winter dish, often eaten in the mountains before going skiing.


The University of Melbourne Farmers’ Markets

Wednesday 16th November, our last market this semester

10:30am - 2:30pm

- Selling Raclette and soup


Delicious lunchtime soups! Our soups are made with a vegetarian cheese based stock, local organic vegetables and of course cheese and a little bit more cheese on top.
This weeks soups at #UniMelbFM are Beer and Cheddar & Blue cheese, leek and potato.

Looking forward to see you at a market soon