April 5th, 2011
Terrific source for cheese and dairy-related books and publications; course information; and equipment supplier information.
New England Cheesemaking Supply company and Rikki Carroll have been a driving force in home cheesemaking.  A source for supplies, equipment and workshops, all geared toward the home cheesemaker.
American Cheese Society
Steve Shapson offers home cheesemaking kits, supplies, ingredients, workshops and more for the home cheesemaker as well as the small artisan cheesemaker.
Great source of starter cultures for more advanced home cheesemakers and small commercial cheesemakers.
This site was recommended by the New England Cheesemaking Supply blog as a site that is great fun. Cheese Enthusiast would agree wholeheartedly! Yes, it is true that this site only offers up the top 45 or so French cheeses but it does it with great photos, amusing graphics, and clever links.  
 Merryl Winstein’s terrific resource for cheesemaking classes, dairy goats, and home cheesemaking.  Out of St. Louis, Missouri. 
A new and fascinating site covering wines from Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Black Sea region.  Many of these wines are becoming widely available in the US and offer traditional grapes not seen in French, Italian or
American wines and great values.
A great place to stay in Shelburne Falls, MA if you are taking one of Jim Wallace’s workshops.  Tell Judy that Cheese Enthusiast sent you!

Comments are closed.