Almost A Year On The Winding Road or How The Time Flies!

Every time I sit down to type out a blog post I get side tracked with a customer order, an email from my business partner or I am just too tired to type.  They are good distractions to have from a business point of view, but not so much for the people who have been loyally…

Five Months On The Winding Road

Wow, where has the time gone?  It has been 5 months since we started production at Winding Road Artisan Cheese and almost a year since we first were offered the opportunity to buy the facility.  It has been a whirl wind of a five months, with an inclined learning curve and some lessons learned.  We…

Much To Do About Winding Road Artisan Cheese

I still have a hard time believing that I am a professional cheese maker!  It has been a little over month since we started production and it this will be our second week at the French Quarter Grand Market in Edmonton.  What a month it has been.

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 off a cheese that is on my list of must try’s. 

The Blues & The Greys – Stilton Update.

I know it has been over a week since my last post, but things have been a bit hectic,  that combined with a bit of flu thrown in for good measure.  The Stilton has been showing signs of life over the past couple of weeks, so much so that it still has its own ripening…

A Year In Cheese – The Big 3!

I have been tempted to take the next few weeks off from writing and concentrate on Family and personal cheese making, but I have some pictures that I wanted to share.  They from a Yukon Raft tasting, but of two of “The Big 3” cheese that I made this year.  The Clothbound Cheddar and Josef.

9 More Join The Fellowship Of Cheese Making!

It was a cold and cheese full day last Saturday in Edmonton, when 9 more people joined the “Fellowship of Cheese Making.”  It was -28 degrees Celsius  (-18 Fahrenheit) at the start of the day, but it warmed up to a balmy -23C by the time we finished.

Alberta Cheese Adventure – The Cheesiry

There are several cheese producers in my home province of Alberta, there are a few that produce cow and goat milk cheese; but only one that  I know of that produces wonderful sheep milk cheeses.  The Cheesiry was started in 2009 in Kitscoty Alberta, (200 km east of Edmonton) by Rhonda Headon, using the milk…