Tag: Camembert

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…

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…

Wordless Wednesday – Camembert

The Big Cheese Update – MiniCams, Camembundy & The Return Of The Squirrels

It has been almost six weeks since I tried making Camembert for the third time, this was our cheese for our first meeting of the League of YEG Home Cheese Makers and hopefully they would turn out this time and not be a pile…

Getting Things Under Wraps – Camembundy, MinCams and Cheesecomber Logs…Oh My

It snowed here last night, it was a wet heavy snow.  I shouldn’t have been surprised it is November and we still haven’t had any real snow and this is Canada after all.  So the snow had me thinking it was time to post…

Camembundy & The MiniCams Join The League Of YEG Home Cheese Makers.

Inspired by Urban Cheese Makers in San Francisco, a group of home cheese makers and with the help of one of their members (special thanks  goes to Caitlin from Milk’s Leap for answering lots of my questions)  I would like to announce that Edmonton or YEG as the…

Camembert 2 – Ian 0 or How the Cheddar Saved the Day

Some times you come across something that can humble you, for years it has been Mozzarella for me. Now I have another and it is Camembert. I have posted about my earlier failure to make a Camembert for my Mother’s visit this past weekend….

Camembert Cry – Not a pretty sight.

As I was thinking how I could fix the mess that had become my attempt at Camembert, my wife (the non-cheese lover) said “why not scrap it and start over and quit buying that type of milk. Oh and make sure you write about…

Camembert or Camem-fail?

Growing up we always had cheese in the house; it was the regular store-bought orange cheddar, with some partly skim mozzarella thrown in for good measure.  But on occasion my mother, who grew up on a dairy farm, would crave something more in the…

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