Tag Archive | Cow’s Milk
“THE first cheese to be produced by the new dairy at Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is already a hit with customers. Production of the new artisan cheese is being stepped up just weeks after its official launch. The creamy Aberwen cheese is made by hand using a revived 18th century recipe. It’s prepared in 11kg […]
Nice Globe & Mail slideshow on Shep Ysselstein, the owner and cheese maker at Gunn’s Hill Artisan Cheese near Woodstock, Ont. Learn more about how he turned his family’s dairy farm into a thriving cheese company. View the show via In Pictures: Behind the scenes at Gunn’s Hill Artisan Cheese – The Globe and Mail.
Hey my Canadian readers. Have you had this? What say you? “A ricotta cheese from Ontario has achieved two firsts: it was the first time that a fresh cheese has been named grand champion at the Canadian Cheese Grand Prix and the first time that a product from that province has won. Quality Cheese Ricotta, […]
A new blue cheese will soon be made in Oxford, England… by a Frenchman! “Oxford Blue cheese is to be made here in the county for the first time. And its creator, a French-born baron, believes it could one day rival Stilton. Almost 20 years after coming up with the idea for a soft and creamy […]
Janet Fletcher’s ritual weekend review is a new Blue from Point Reyes. Although it is thrilling to observe the energy and enthusiasm among America’s new cheese makers, I’m most impressed by the producers with a marketing strategy. These folks realize that the public is probably not clamoring for their next inspiration. They know they need […]
No, this is not a blue cheese – that’s a layer of ash. Be not afraid, this is one mild cheese. While the cheese was originally made in two AOC’s, Doubs and Jura in Eastern France in the region where artisan Comté originates, it is made even more broadly today. Historically, or at least as legend […]
There’s a nice slideshow of 24 images of Bay Area artisan cheesemakers from Marin to Contra Costa to Monterey counties including Marcia Barinaga and her wonderful sheep milk cheeses and the newer Schoch Farms.
Cantal is one of the most ancient of cheeses. Hailing from the Cantal Mountains region of the the French d’Auvergne, Cantal was mentioned in writing by Pliny the Elder in the 1st century AD, the time of the Gauls. It predates Roquefort among the noble cheeses of French history. Generally just called Cantal, there are […]