Part of our series of free-to-join, live online workshops, designed to enhance your studies and help you understand the tasting process a little better.
Join our resident cheesemaker, Katy Fenwick, for a look at the world of cheese making through the lens of the Academy of Cheese Make Post-make Model.
In this 45 minute class, we’ll taste through a range of styles from the Level One Cheese Library and look at the technology and processes that transform simple milk into such a wide variety of cheese.
This Guided Session involves tasting and discussing cheeses. Not only is this an important part of the course, it is also a wonderful way to learn. However, it is not essential for you to have the exact cheeses in order to join the study group. The cheeses are not provided but have been chosen to be readily available at most delis, cheesemongers and supermarkets. Check out our “Where To Buy” directory to help you source your cheeses.
The cheeses that will be tasted during this session will be:
There will also be time at the end of the class for a Q&A session.
The workshop has a limit of 30 delegate spaces
Open to current Level One Self-study delegates only
MEET THE HOST
KATY FENWICK: ACADEMY OF CHEESE EDUCATION PROJECT MANAGER
Katy is a freelance cheese making consultant and educator, with external qualifications in HACCP, Food Safety Management and Internal Auditing as well as specialist training in Dairy Hygiene. With over fifteen years experience in the specialist cheese industry, including the role of retail manager for Neals Yard Dairy, she has spent time with cheese makers and retailers both in the UK and overseas. Driven to share her knowledge and love of teaching, she went on to teach at the School of Artisan Food. Most recently, she spent 18 months at Jasper Hill Farm in Vermont, working in their creameries, affinage facilities and new product development. She now lives in the Lake District with her husband, two sons and pet dog; and likes forcing her family on long hikes, trips to the theatre, rock climbing, and, of course, eating cheese!