Thanks for the search tip! I wasnt looking for anything specific though. Just typing random cheese related phrases and seeing clicking on whatever came, took notes on the trials and errors of others for my own future endeavors.
I do have wonderfull news though!
I just had an interview over the phone for a cooking job at this place in Washingtonhttp://www.saffronmediterraneankitchen.com/#/Menu/
I told him that in the grand scheme of things, I want to make cheese for a living in the future, and he told me he is a good friend of the people here at this place. http://www.monteilletcheese.com
He told me that he was there having wine with them one day, and randomly ended up helping them birth a new goat
I am going to give a months notice at my current job, and my landlord aslo!
The place offers cheese workshops, but I think after I taste all of what they have to offer, and work on a good cover letter, I am going to see what I can do about an apprenticeship.
and thank you for the books by the way. I am going to take a page out of Napolean Hill's lessons, and spend 10% of my income towards books about cheese for a while. I remember hearing about a school in Washington devoted to cheese, but one lesson I learned by overpaying for culinary school, is that some educations can be obtained through books and hands on experience