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In just a few days, I embark on my biggest creative (ad)venture to date. 8 Days. 500+ miles. 13 creameries from Portland and the Willamette Valley, Salem, Eugene and the Coast. The Great Oregon Cheese Trail 2012.
This week, the cheese world lost a giant with the passing of Ignacio 'Ig' Vella, second generation master cheesemaker and renaissance man: an historian, local politician and champion
I remember just about a month ago - right after Valentines Day - the a distinct moment where I said enough. Not one more thing on the list.
As a mom, I'm often up well before the crack of dawn - often waaaay before - several days a week with cranky, hungry, teething and/or ready just
After building the spiffy new platform that is Cheese Chick Chat, October was kind of a bust in the posting department. I
A major storm system blew through Phoenix yesterday pelting the city with rain and extra large hail, replacing our triple digit temps with mid 60's reminiscent of fall.
I'm in the thick of producing a video for the California Artisan Cheese Guild. During the course of the interviews as I
I had an interesting discussion with my friend and colleague Sasha the other day about what exactly it is we "do". We don't
The spectacular growth and maturation in the Artisan and Specialty cheese industry over the last decade owes much to the creativity and hard work of our homegrown cheesemakers.