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Cheese Days in Pictures

Aug
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In July, I had a five-day retreat here that included two full days of cheesemaking and a day of breadbaking. We were lucky enough to have an attendee who is a photographer, and he took photos all day every day! I was so happy about that, and he has given me permission to share some of his photos here.


All photos in this post are the property of Rick Hutchinson. You can view his portfolio here.

These photos give a taste of what goes on in workshops here–I don’t take many photos because I’m busy teaching and cooking and milking, etc. Here, you’ll see everything from going to the barn to milk to mozzarella-making and hard cheese-making (with co-teacher Laura Phillips) to photos of the cows and around the farm during the three days Rick was here along with his girlfriend, Lynn. They were an adorable couple, and Rick is a fantastic photographer. Enjoy! And come to a workshop at the farm! See upcoming workshops here.

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Thank you, Rick!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 5, 2015  

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  1. 8-5
    2:36
    pm

    Awesome photos! It’s almost like I was there.

  2. 8-6
    8:33
    am

    Great photos! My favorite is the one with Lynn standing in between two women and one is leaning over and pointing at the cheese. Just look at the facial expressions — I can imagine our ancestors having that same moment in time, just dressed differently. As always, thanks for sharing!

  3. 8-6
    11:44
    pm

    Cool pictures!!! Looks like they had a great time making cheese.

  4. 8-8
    5:58
    am

    :happyflower:
    Nicely done, thank you.

  5. 8-8
    7:04
    am

    “Blessed are the cheese makers.”

    — Monty Python

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