Talk & Cheese
Russell Smith's section.

Grate. Pair. Share. Melt.

When you’re as marketing smart as Wisconsin Milk Board, you can declare any month Grilled Cheese Month!

A Gouda for the Teacher

This was hidden away for a while, but now it’s back. Russell Smiths tribute to Cheese hero Neil Willman.

2012 Australian Grand Dairy Awards Judging

You will have to wait until March next year for the announcement of the results but the judging is finished for the 2012 Grand Dairy Awards.

New journal - Old cheese

A new online food journal to watch, and a story about a parmesan cheese ‘ager’.

This is not poetry - correctly labeling cheese

“This is the indispensable minimum. This is not poetry. This is correctness of information” Piero Sardo -Slow Food.

Initiating new cheese judges

This is just a bit of fun, although we’re not sure about Russell’s comic timing.

Neil Willman's - Guide to making your own cheese

We have some copies of Neil Willman’s recently updated The guide to making your own cheese. This small book of 128 pages has clear easy to follow information for creating a wide range of cheeses. They cost $37.50 postage paid. To order a copy, we can only accept cheques and direct deposits but we have […]

Dining at eight

The most interesting dining experience I’ve had in a five star hotel in a long time. “eight” the recently opened dining venue at the Langham hotel in Auckland.

RNA launches school cheesemaking pilot

Russell Smith talks about fostering the next generation’s knowledge and appreciation of the food we eat, through the pilot programme cheese workshops in schools.

Grand Dairy Awards 2011

The 2011 Grand Dairy Awards are the ‘Oscars’ of Australian Cheese making. Here’s the winners list with images and tasty descriptions.

Take the Old Telegraph Road

Jindi’s “Fire Engine Red” Brie is Champion Cheese at this year’s Australian Grand Dairy Awards announced on Wednesday the 9th February.

Mongering about

Gordon Edgar is the cheesemonger at Rainbow Grocery Cooperative in San Francisco. What’s a cheesemonger? Glad you asked. Read on…

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