Category: Cheese Making

Now We Are Cooking With Gas…Errr Milk

It has been a long and winding road to get to this point in my cheese making journey, as of this past Monday, we have passed all our licensing  inspections and we can now start making cheese.  As I type this I am waiting…

Silent Sunday News

It’s Been A While – Cheesy Updates!

It has been well over a month since I last posted and that was about our now completed Kickstarter Campaign, more on that later, but I have some updates about what I have done the last month or so.  One of which is crossing…

Chasing My Cheesemaking Dreams-Kickstarter Campaign

I know I have been away for over a month, but it has been for a good reason.  I have been in negotiations to buy an existing cheesemaking business and now I am ready to launch my Kickstarter to help raise funds for start-costs.  Please…

Wordless Wednesday – Little Clouds at Sunset

Visually Stunning, Informative And A Good Read – Kitchen Creamery by Louella Hill

If there is a cheesemaking book in print odds are I have read it; either in hard copy or eBook.  If I like it I will buy it and add it to my collection.  If it is really good then I will let you…

Mastering Basic Cheesemaking by Gianaclis Caldwell – eBook Review

Gianaclis Caldwell, author of Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking and award-winning cheesemaker at Pholia Farm, as come out with an eBook that takes the knowledge and skills that are passed on in her earlier book and gears it towards the beginner home cheesemakers. It covers the…

Everyone Needs The Art Of Natural Cheesemaking by David Asher

I first heard of David Asher when he contacted me about the Canadian Amateur Cheesemaking Awards, back in June.   After a few emails back and forth and a little research about his Black Sheep School of Cheesemaking and then heard that he was writing…

Cheesemaking Workshops on Open Farm Day – Northlands Park

The League of YEG Home Cheesemakers was invited to meet at Northlands Park as part of their commitment to Urban and Sustainable Agriculture.  People have been making cheese at home for centuries so it is a good fit for both organizations.  As part of…

Little Squirrel In A Jar: Semi-Lactic Cheese Experiment

I am constantly on the look out for new techniques to try with my cheesemaking, so when I heard of David Asher’s blog and his upcoming book, The Art Of Natural Cheesemaking, I just had to check things out.  He recently posted his version…

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