Month: November 2014

It Took Ten Thousand Villages To Raise This Cheese!

Over the past few years I have received several emails asking me to review products, everything from beef jerky to cars.  I tend to ignore most of them as they don’t have anything to do with cheese, but when I was sent an email…

November 22 Camembert Class – Thank You Blush Lane Organic Market!

As you may or may not know, I have taught Introduction To Cheese Making Classes for Metro Continuing Education in Edmonton.  Yesterday I had the pleasure of teaching my first “Advanced” class, Camembert.  I always talk about how the quality milk is important and…

Inching Closer To the Blue Side!

I have been pestered…er…asked for a few years now to make Blue Cheese, as you know I have resisted until recently.  My first attempt was nice and blue, but a salt-lick. My second attempt resulted in some pretty looking cheeses, but no blue in…

The Road To Cheesetopia!

I am often asked why I make cheese, to which I answer “why not?” I know that is not much of an answer, but neither is “It makes me happy.” The truth of is, I am not sure why I make cheese other than…

CamemBrains and Fromage Blanc

For the last few weeks I have been busy preparing for Cheese Making Classes and making some cheese for my wife.  I know…My wife requested some cheese for a meeting she was going to.  I was quite happy to make it for her. But more…

How’s Your Cheese Cred?

I was having a conversation with a cheese making friend a few months ago and he mention that he wanted to increase his “Cheese Cred”. At the time this made me laugh, as I had never thought of one’s Cheese Credibility, a riff on…

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