Terian worked as a medical transcriptionist for twenty years before becoming a master cheese maker. Her husband, Jeff, worked in the corporate world of Dallas and Ft. Worth before settling on a small farm in Lone Oak and opening a creamery and store in Lone Oak.
The finest hand crafted cheeses can be found at 403 Katy Street in Lone Oak, Texas Tuesday through Friday. Saturday is reserved for farmers markets in Greenville and Dallas. Monday is spent playing catch up.
Terian also found time to raise a large family during the corporate years. She also discovered that she had a gift for cooking, canning, and making cheeses. Today they own and operate the Wolfe Pen Creek Farm and store. Artisan cheeses such as Gouda, Derbyshire, English Cheddar are staples along with yogurt and a tasty yogurt drink.
East Texas has a relatively mild climate that is favorable for dairy products from Jersey cows. The certified Grade A milk is wholesome, sweet and has a high cream and protein content. Seasonal produce and eggs are available as well at the store. Foodies must stop in Lone Oak to find hand crafted cheeses in East Texas without having to drive to Dallas.