All posts in Artisan Cheese
Southern Oregon is home to both the oldest continuously operating artisan creamery in the state as well as Oregon’s first off-the-grid creamery. This fertile valley is fairly isolated from major population centers, yet remains renowned for quality agricultural products, and the cheeses are no exception.
One of the elements making the landscape of Oregon cheese so diverse is, well, the landscape. The rain-soaked Willamette Valley, the sunnier and temperate Rogue Valley,
In March, I embarked on one of my favorite kinds of adventures, a cheesy one. I took a week's 'vacation' from my mama duties and headed off to
In just a few days, I embark on my biggest creative (ad)venture to date. I am remarkably centered in this incredible "everything-up-to-now-has-been-practice" kind of groove. I
The first selections for my Phoenix metro based cheese biz The Roving Cheesemonger arrived last week. In case you wondered why the radio silence on Cheese
Here's a little piece I worked up for the Oregon Cheese Guild. It covers the founding, growth and camaraderie fostered through
Excited to head off to the Oregon Cheese Festival in Southern Oregon later today. Festivities kick off tomorrow night with a cheese themed
Ringing out 2010 with a recap of the top 10 Cheese Chick videos of the year. What were your favorites? What do
On my Thanksgiving trip to visit family in Nashville, TN, I was so excited have an opportunity to sit down with Kathleen Cotter, owner of "
Butternut Squash and Smokey Blue Casserole (serves 6) Sweet, smokey, savory with a light panko crunch, this might possibly be the finest squash casserole ever! Just in time to grace