Nice story by Jim Clarke for Culture: Sarah Bennett was working on her master’s degree in viticulture and enology at the University of California–Davis when she met and befriended Erika Scharfen, who was studying animal science and had previously worked as a cheesemaker in France. When Scharfen came along to a wine department get-together, “she […]
Cheers to Christine Hyatt for this profile!
A staggering 12 tonnes of his creation was served at the Olympic Games, but sponsorship rules meant he couldn’t talk about it – until now. Today, a West Yorkshire cheesemonger has officially unveiled his ‘Legacy’ cheese, which was enjoyed by athletes, politicians and members of the Royal family at the Olympics. Richard Holmes, of Cryer […]
Reblogged from cheese and toast: Where’s there’s smoke there’s a woman who smells like a campfire. That woman was me as I tried smoking cheese for the first time this past June. Armed with a 30W smoldering iron, a tin can, hardwood chips and my Weber I was ready to MacGyver it up. The Spread […]
Wedge in the Round
Reblogged from Gordon ("Zola") Edgar: As ACS gets further and further away, I want to round things up with a couple more posts. First off, here is part 2 awesome cheese that I tasted at the conference. I didn’t make it to every booth at Meet The Cheesemaker – and I’ve have mentioned a lot […]
Reblogged from Gordon ("Zola") Edgar: I am only mentioning cheeses that are new to me here because – as anyone there can attest – there were too many awesome cheeses for one person to blog about. My versions of these from past years are still pretty much valid, so check those out as well if […]