Pairing Cheese with SweetNovember 16, 2014
One of our guild member, known online as “Miss Cheesemonger” writes an amazing weekly blog that’s all about cheese. Here’s an excerpt from a recent post talking about how to pair cheeses with sweet flavors. We loved these two ideas which highlight CA artisan cheeses.
How Did CheeseTrail.org Come to Life?November 16, 2014
It takes a village to make things happen, and in the case of CheeseTrail.org, it was a room full of cheesemakers, cheese lovers, sheep herders, dairy maids, non-profits, farming organizations and more. The year was 2011 and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Marin Economic Forum, I was looking for a […]
Pt. Reyes Farmstead Partners with Academie Opus CaseusOctober 27, 2014
In a unique international partnership, Academie Opus Caseus, the professional development subsidiary of Mons Fromager-Affineur, is offering its first West Coast course at Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co. in Marin County, CA. The course, open to cheese professionals, will cover the life of cheese from pasture to plate.
Our Annual Fundraiser a SuccessOctober 17, 2014
On Thursday night, October 16th, one warm corner of San Francisco was glowing with cheese love. Nearly 24 cheesemakers had gathered for the CA Cheese Guild’s Annual Fundraiser (“Meet the Cheesemaker”), which was held at The Cheese School of San Francisco (2124 Folsom Street in the Mission).
A Visit to FranceOctober 1, 2014
One of the faces behind the CA Artisan Cheese Guild is our administrative assistant (and friend to many)Judy Creighton. She has not only served on the Board for many years but has been active and influential in our local cheese world for decades. We asked her to reflect on a recent (cheese-centered) trip to France). […]