Category: Caerphilly

A Caerphilly Before Its Time

It has been a little over a month since I made my latest Caerphilly, it was for my Mother’s visit this weekend and the time was upon us to open it up to see the results.  I did make some changes from the last… Continue Reading “A Caerphilly Before Its Time”

Cheddar vs Caerphilly – Round 1…Fight! December Challenge Favourites

Once again life got in the way of posting this on time, but after pouring though several different posts, we have come up with our favourite posts for Caerphilly/Farmhouse Cheddar Challenge.

Cheesepalooza Challenge #5 or These are the Caerphilly of our lives

We have all reached the point in Cheesepalooza where we have entered the land of making Aged Cheeses. Some of them will take several months to age before you will get a decent cheese, but others will be ready in a matter of weeks. … Continue Reading “Cheesepalooza Challenge #5 or These are the Caerphilly of our lives”

Smoky Valley Thanksgiving Cheese Adventure

Well better late than never should be the title of this post or Ian gets to play cheese maker part II, but in reality it is Addie, Diana and my Excellent Cheese Adventure or bringing Callingwood into existence.  It was a cool morning when… Continue Reading “Smoky Valley Thanksgiving Cheese Adventure”

The Caerphilly Caper

If I was asked what my favorite cheese is, about 5 years ago I would have to say Cheddar.  I know how pedestrian! Well now I have several cheeses that rank in my top 5 cheeses.  Right near the top has to be Caerphilly,… Continue Reading “The Caerphilly Caper”

No Cheese Making for you July! Make do with what you have.

With the Cheesepalooza project starting next month, I decided that July would be a good month to take a break from Cheese Making.  Partly because we are entering a busy time at my work and I could have to work evenings and weekends if… Continue Reading “No Cheese Making for you July! Make do with what you have.”

Tis The Season for Good Cheese

Just a quick update on my cheeses. 1.   The Cheddar The Petit Fore is no more.  I had to strip the wax from the cheese because of cracks in the wax.  These cracks lead to mold forming under the wax.  I have cleaned… Continue Reading “Tis The Season for Good Cheese”

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