Archive for July 2010
Some day I may forgive Cotswold

Some day I may forgive Cotswold

David | Blog | July, 09 2010 | 2 Comments

Someone asked me recently about Cotswold and I was stumped. So, although I still have Never Met a Cheese I Didn’t Like… this one may always have embarrassing connotations for yours truly. Best way to fix that I figure, is to get to know the cheese a little better. Cotswold is a region in southwestern [...]

American Beer and American Cheese

American Beer and American Cheese

David | Blog | July, 03 2010 | No Comment

It’s Independence Day Weekend, middle of summer, baseball season, all that jazz. Want to wish everyone a happy holiday, and offer some appropriate pairings:  Morning:  Laura Chenel Chevre with The Bruery’s Orchard White, the new and the old, both from California. Add fresh strawberries. Subs: Humboldt Fog, Capriole Chevre, Prairie Fruits Chevre, Belle and the [...]

Winnimere on Brew Day

Winnimere on Brew Day

David | Blog | July, 02 2010 | 2 Comments

So, last Saturday was brew day, and that meant spending most of the afternoon and evening in a garage with my brew-brothers, Tony and Kyle, constructing a black IPA from barley, hops and Lake Michigan Crude. I brought along another friend named Winnimere. Winne is the odiferous cheese from Jasper Hill Farm that I’ve written [...]

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