Cheese making at home, and teaching cheese making courses are but a couple of my many talents.
You see my day job is in the IT Industry, and over the last two months, I have been hard at work during my spare time putting together an e-commerce website for my darling wife Kim.
She has always wanted a store of her own, so I thought to myself, here is an opportunity to make her dreams come true, and to use my IT skills as well.
So I did. And the result is a brand new Little Green Workshops web site, with full e-commerce capabilities.
And guess what Curd Nerds? The very first thing I did was to move the cheese making kits that I previously sold on here to the new site and then I expanded the range of items for sale. Exciting stuff.
I have an expanded range of cheese making kits, a variety of equipment, and a small range of cultures, moulds, and other ingredients. I’ve even produced a paperback version of Keep Calm and Make Cheese, converting it from eBook into a thermally bound book.
Kim took all the product pictures for the site. Here are a few of the products that she photographed to whet your appetite!
|Mini Measuring Spoons
|Keep Calm and Make Cheese bound edition two
These kits contain the same ingredients and equipment that you may have seen me using here on the Little Green Cheese, and in my YouTube video tutorials. Yes folks, I believe that you shouldn’t recommend or sell something if you haven’t tried it yourself and know it intimately.
So there you have it. If you are interested starting cheese making as a hobby, then what better place to get your gear than right here. Click through to the store to check out my expanded range of cheese making kits, equipment, and ingredients.
Anyway, now that I have a bit more time on my hands, I will get the podcast up and running again. I apologize for the extended break. There will be more curd nerdy fun happening soon.
Who would have thought that when I started this blog, that I would have our very own shop? I certainly didn’t.
Until next time curd nerds, Keep Calm and Make Cheese!