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09 November 2006


Oooh, this is making me unbelievably jealous! Not just the eating of the cheese, but cheesemaking courses, too! I've been searching for something similar out here in rural Pennsylvania. My wife and I recently bought an old farm and I've been toying with the idea of putting it back to good use. Making cheese would be my dream...

It was great to meet you too! Thank you for posting the updates. I think I've told I am now a food paparazzi. Here are the food pics from last night. http://www.flickr.com/photos/pengrin/sets/72157594367445553/ :)

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