Gargantuan blocks of sheep curd on our penultimate make Goodness, it has been a busy day, what with making 2,000 litres of sheep cheese, Gerry from Carbon Stu turning the gargantuan blocks of sheep curd on our penultimate make Group popping by to say hello and our internal BRC audit. Frazzled does not describe my current frame of mind and is not helped by not having access to internet at home for a fortnight now. Stu started the make off, pasteurising at the crack of dawn, M
This is how we left our stand on the Tuesday night after having had a really successful day, chatting with customers, existing, new and potential. Our task for first thing, the next day, was to cut open some cheese for samples. My goodness….let’s not forget, we have never done a show before, so we really didn’t know what to expect. There were 42,000 visitors to the show on the Wednesday. We made a decision to not have samples cut up for people to grab and go as we cannot a
The H&B gang, from left: Tim, Barbara, Les and Luke Today we had visitors from our customer H&B: Les, Barbara, Tim and Luke from Manchester, Manchester, Easingwold and Richmond respectively. It was great to meet them and put faces to names. We had a good time talking about how cheese is made and the subtle variations of cheese making. Lydia explaining the art of hand waxing cheese Lydia showed the guys how we hand wax all of our cheese and they had a quick go at some waxing.