Check Out These Links!
This time around I want to share a few of my other favorite cheese and food websites.
<Neal's Yard Dairy
Affineurs of the finest UK cheese has a beautifully done and easy navigable web page featuring pictures and descriptions of the best cheeses from the UK. There is also a short film depicting the farm to shop process of cheese.
Cutting The Curd
Anne Saxelby of Saxelby Cheesemongers in New York City hosts a weekly radio show on heritage radio network (broadcasted online) on the subject of----American Cheese!
Written by Matt Wright an English bloke now living in Seattle. Here are a home cook’s food stories and recipes with an empathizes on food photography from a beginner to a more professional level. Great tips and advice in the world of food photography and great recipes.
Michelin star chef Eric Ripert’s website features episodes of his series on PBS, a wine pairing series, and even a series on cooking using only a toaster oven.
The site also has various news and contests to appeal to a cook/ chef ego. This site makes me feel like a Michelin star chef every time I visit it and watch a clip or two. And he makes it look so easy!
Michael Rulhman, co-author of Thomas Keller’s- 'French Laundry', 'Ratio' and many other cookbooks, presents a blog in the life of an at-home writer and cook. Rulhman simplifies words and techniques and takes the fear out of cooking. I highly recommend his book 'Ratio', which also has a cool iphone app. to go along with it.
Seattle food blogger/ writer Molly Wizenberg has been running her blog, Orangette, probably since the beginning of the food blog era. The blog is full of beautiful writing and romance of life with great food.
Ideas in Food
Aki Kamozawa & Alexander Talbot are chefs and writers that are food consultants and educators. They go above and beyond creativity in exploring the science, tastes, and fun in food. I myself may never cook this way or find time to cook this way but as the title hints, it’s the ideas that inspires others. Its fun and fascinating to read about their various stories and event menus. (They have plenty of fun with cheese- mozzarella noodles, gorgonzola poached chicken, pave d’affinois foam…)
That’s all for now. I’ll continue to post cool sites as I find them.
Post your favorites in the comments below!