Today, White's product line, which Palmer is actively involved in developing, includes nine from-scratch cow's-milk cheeses. Five are molded into wheels and pyramids: amram (named for the man who helped start it all); amawalk, hudson, and muscoot (named for local rivers); and peekskill. Then there are ricotta, mascarpone, buttermilk cheese, and what White calls quarg (most Americans know it as quark), a low-fat, yogurtlike cheese. White also imports and ages delphina and amelia from Portugal and estancia madura from Uruguay. On the American front, he buys and ages a Vermont cheddar and a strong, limburger-like Midwestern cheese, hollis. Ice cream and buttermilk sherbet are in development, as is American Patina: White, at press time, was in search of goat's milk and sheep's milk suppliers.