Hi, I've just started making cheese in the last four months and I'm really loving it.
My first effort - a chevre - was a flop but since then I've had success with fromage blanc, ricotta, ricotta salata, caerphilly and some particularly delicious camembert. At the moment I've got some very promising hispanico and double Gloucester aging as well as some more camembert. Then there's the blue. That's looking a bit iffy (as well as whiffy) but all will be revealed in a few weeks.
The biggest problem is, so many cheeses, so little time to make them all.
My last effort is Chaource, started about a week ago. Unfortunately, it's developed slip-skin on the sides. I'm trying to rescue it; I've rubbed of the loose skin, dry salted it and moved it to the fridge at about 4C. Hopefully that might work.
Even if it doesn't, it's a learning experience and it's good to be part of the cheese-making community.