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About

“Claret, dear, not Coca-Cola, When you’re having Gorgonzola….”

-William Cole

I do not make my living from cheese.

Yet.

In 2013 that will hopefully change.

I’ve studied at the Cheese School of San Francisco, visited shops in the US and abroad. Plans are in the works.

For now I keep my local cheese shops open.

 

21 comments on “About

  1. Nice to meet you, we are big cheese fans in our house

  2. Lois, you were so close to us, Ribblesdale Cheese – just 1/4 mile away from our larger friends up the road…

  3. I never knew there was a cheese school.

  4. What an interesting blog! I indeed love cheese 🙂

  5. Thanks for following me. I alsolove cheese and your site is mouth-watering. Good luck turning your passion into your job.

  6. Hello! We nominated you for the “Liebster Award”! 🙂 Hope it’s ok. You can see the rules here:
    http://mapleandsaffron.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/thank-you-for-nominating-us-for-the-liebster-award/
    Ciao! Alessia

  7. HI, so a couple of additions for your Canadian List will be forthcoming! I will put Ian on it. 🙂 V

  8. Great site Chris. My wife and I are cheese lovers, too. In fact, I’m enjoying some Sardo Dolce (Sardinian sheep’s milk cheese, which reminds me of a softer Pecorino Romano).

  9. Love this! Thanks for inspiring…

  10. Keeping cheeses shops open.. it’s what we try to do! Up in Yorkshire recently and went to the Wensleydale cheese shop… mmmmm!

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