Monthly Archives: November 2010

In A Bacteriologically Correct Society

Britons want William, not Charles as next king WTF??? There is only one king of British cheese; patron of the UK Specialist Cheesemakers Association  and life long ambassador against bureaucratic interference. C’mon UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for Cheese & Her Majesty’s cheesy subjects… Long … Continue reading

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Milk Beers

Homer: Got any of that beer that has candy floating in it? You know, Skittlebrau? Apu: Such a beer does not exist, sir. I think you must have dreamed it.  Homer: Oh. Well, then just give me a six-pack and … Continue reading

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Beyond the Bigger Block – NZ Cheese in the 80’s

Thanks to John Abel for posting the ‘Beyond the Bigger Block’ on youtube. John introduces his videos: Back in the 1980’s New Zealand had no idea about any cheese apart from Cheddar. So the Dairy Board put together this 20 … Continue reading

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Good things take time eh.

My friends Sarah & Martin of Canterbury Cheesemongers have imported the first unpasteurised British farm cheeses available for sale in New Zealand: Gorwydd Caerphilly & Appleby’s Cheshire A small step for cheese, a giant leap for New Zealand cheesekind, and all in the midst of an … Continue reading

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South Island Saxelby Stilton

I arrived home recently after a life of cheese in London, & I happened across a tale of a cheese once made in Invercargill, New Zealand. It was enjoyed throughout New Zealand, and eventually exported to Australia due to its … Continue reading

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