This post takes a personal turn compared to what I typically blog about at knowurfood.org. However, I thought this was the best forum to communicate my explanation for why I declined my invitation to compete in the Cheese Mongers Invitational Masters competition this weekend. I competed to be proclaimed the best cheese monger in America¹ … Continue reading My Apology to Cheese Mongers
Terroir is the essence of a particular air, the water, and the soil. It is also and expression of the animals and the people that work the land. To live on a farm, as a family, removes the distinction between the farmers and their product.
It's sustainable, farmstead, made from raw milk, it is unique in appearance and flavor, it is it's own original recipe, and it has been that way for over 800 years. But, the list goes on.
I really like this concept. Buy a piece of a responsibly farmed and humanely raised animal, and have the meat delivered to your door. Joel Salatin is connected, and we know he cares. Check it out... https://www.crowdcow.com/l/udzzxyd4u/2
Cheesehead SongCheesehead Song Not in any particular order, mostly... Anne Pickett, Sartori, Artisan Cheese Exchange, Schreiber, Specialty, Stone Ridge, Agropur, Swiss-American, Deli Source, Union Star, Valley View Cheese Coop, Wakker, Lynn, Malcore, Westby Cooperative, White Jasmine, World Import, Wisconsin Cheeseman, Zimmerman, Wiskerchen, Joe Widmer, Arena, Babcock Hall, Yellowstone, Cedar Valley, Biery, Cady Cheese, … Continue reading The Cheesehead Song
Taken from: http://www.dairyfoods.com/articles/92236-food-safety-takes-center-stage-at-annual-summi Dairy processors and other food manufacturers gather in May for the 19th annual Food Safety Summit where workshops, certification courses and a slew of educational sessions are offered. With new regulations and industry changes, it is vital for processors to stay on top of government demands to ensure the safety of the food … Continue reading “Food safety takes center stage at annual summit”