Here are a few of our favorite cheese links from around the web. If you would like to share one, please send it our whey.
This is a project of the Weston A. Price Foundation
A group of dedicated people who love to eat, produce, sell and talk about cheese. If you love cheese, don't miss this one.
Producer of Artisan and farmstead cheese.
Great site from Paul and Amy, aka the Tomatoe Queen and fantastic Yogurt makers, right out of Barbara Kingsolvers latest book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and all right here in our little hamlet of Ashfield.
A non-profit working farm in Dutchess County NY, providing educational & spiritual development programs for all ages.As well as making impressive farmstead cheese.
Whether you buy, sell, make or simply love cheese, this is where you are meant to be.
In Dripping Springs Texas,cheese and workshops for anyone who wants to go further in their cheesemaking education on the artisanal level.
If you care anything about the state of the planet check this out. Heifer animals and training offer hungry families around the world a way to feed themselves & become self-reliant.
This is a site for beginners to have some fun learning a number of easy recipe to make at home.
A technical resource newsletter, for Dairy Manufacturers.
Helping cheesemakers from Vermont promote & help each other. If you are planning a trip, don't miss this, they even have a Vermont Cheese Trail.
Simply put, this is a fascinating paper, A bit esoteric but never the less a fun read.
In Dallas TX, owned by Paula Lambert has tours, classes, great cheeses and monthly specials, all on Paula's beautifully put together site.
A newspaper for the cheese trade on a large scale technical leve
Dona Estabrooks site is amazing. As much as we love cheese, we also love art and Donna's art goes right to our heart.
This is a fabulous artists retreat for women to relax and create beauty in Vermont.
Ships the finest cheeses in the world to your door.This is a fabulous artists retreat for women to relax and create beauty in Vermont.
Ascientific site for the cheesemaker wanting to delve deeper into their hobby
One of oury favorite cheesemaking duos, Marjorie and Marion came to one of our first workshops in the late 70's, became artisanal cheesemakers and the rest is history. Oh my what a beautiful history it has become.
Sells used commercial cheesemaking equipment.