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Ohio cheesemaking history picks up the pace — and the awards | cleveland.com

Ohio cheesemaking history picks up the pace — and the awards | cleveland.com

Ohio is getting cheesy again. We say “again” because during the canal era, making cheese was a crucial way of preserving food, and parts of Ohio were cranking it out in numbers that rivaled top producing counties in New York. According to a 1952 paper in the “Annals of the Association of American Geographers,” Ashtabula […]

Farm to Fork Across America: Artisan Parmesan, Vertical Tasting, and Food Culture in Reno | Julie Ann Fineman

Farm to Fork Across America: Artisan Parmesan, Vertical Tasting, and Food Culture in Reno | Julie Ann Fineman

South Carolina, Nevada, Parmigiano-Reggiano… must have more than one thing in common, but for today Chef Natalie Sellers of 4th Street Bistro in Reno makes the connection. I met Natalie at the recent Chef\’s Collaborative Summit in Charleston. The Parmesan part, courtesy of her specialty cheese purveyor, Wedge, together they\’re committed to a food education […]

Family firm that has cheese fans flocking – Yorkshire Post

Family firm that has cheese fans flocking – Yorkshire Post

Judy Bell has handed over the reins of her award winning Shepherds Purse artisan cheesemaking business to her daughters. Catherine Scott visited the North Yorkshire creamery. SOMETHING is very different at Shepherds Purse. It isn’t just the branded T-shirts worn by staff, or the mugs sporting the company logo, or even the rebranded packaging and […]

BBC Food – Parmesan cheese: Meet Italy’s pioneering cheese master

What makes a great cheese? As the World Cheese Awards get under way, the woman responsible for some of the best-tasting parmesan in Italy opens the doors of the dairy where she works. “I grew up with milk in my veins,” says Catia Zambrelli, the only woman cheese master in Italy’s cheese industry in the […]

Hawes cheesemaker set to win six-year campaign for protected status for Wensleydale cheese (From The Westmorland Gazette)

Hawes cheesemaker set to win six-year campaign for protected status for Wensleydale cheese (From The Westmorland Gazette)

A CHEESEMAKER is set to win a six-year campaign to protect Wallace and Gromit’s favourite food. Wensleydale Creamery, which first applied for protected food name status in 2007, is expected to be granted Protected Geographical Indication for Yorkshire Wensleydale by the EU early next year. The status would mean that only the Hawes-based producer, which […]

‘Adopted’ Swiss from alps now arriving in Bay Area – SFGate

‘Adopted’ Swiss from alps now arriving in Bay Area – SFGate

The days when \”Swiss cheese\” stood for bland and flabby sandwich slices are long gone, at least in the Bay Area. The Swiss wheels available at top Bay Area specialty shops are among the most rewarding and expertly made cheeses in the case. Importers Caroline and Daniel Hostettler deserve a lot of credit for this rising stature. […]

Olafur Eliasson’s tears used to make human cheese

Olafur Eliasson’s tears used to make human cheese

Well… uh… ummm…  I’ve got nothing to describe this project 😉 Bacteria from personalities including artist Olafur Eliasson, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and chef Michael Pollan have been used to make human cheese as part of an exhibition about synthetic biology in Dublin. Cheese made from chef Michael Pollan\’s belly button bacteria American scientist Christina Agapakis and Norwegian […]

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I'm Kate and Finger, Fork and Knife is where I record the recipes that excite, nourish and inspire me. I focus on wholesome, high-nutrition, home-cooked food - recipes that satisfy and delight. Welcome!

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I'm trying to keep a log of all the things we cook which taste really lovely. You know what it's like: you tweak and tweak a recipe until it's barely recognisable and then wonder how you used to make it. And it will also save a lot of time and bits of paper when it comes to sharing those recipes with friends.

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