Today I had the pleasure of talking to an experienced home cheesemaker, Ian Treuer. He lives in Edmonton, Alberta Canada.
Ian has a successful cheese making blog called Much To Do About Cheese, and it what I really like about it is that he documents not only his excellent successes, but he also shows everyone what can and does go wrong. Just brilliant.
During the podcast we mentioned a few links that I said I would list in the show notes;
- Ian’s Little Squirrel cheese,
- The link to the “Introduction to Artisan Cheesemaking” course that he is running in March 2014,
- and the link to Gürkan Yeniçeri’s Camembert method and recipe. You may remember Gürkan when he was a guest on Episode #4 of the podcast.
|Left to right – Bacon Jam, Caerphilly, Little Squirrel (back), and Fromage Blanc|
Here is a band of Ian’s cheese friends at the gathering.
|League of YEG Home Cheesemakers (Ian second from right)|
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