Tea, it's really good to hear from you, Wayne and John.....
In answer to your question my first attempt of the year will be a Romano..
I've found that it is not only a fairly easy cheese to make it is also a VERY good cheese both if eaten young or if aged.
This year I've decided that the cheeses I will focus on are: Romano, Stilton, Camembert, Swiss and Cheddar. Just the thought of battling my "swiss nemesis" gives me a little bit of an inward thrill along with a certain amount of trepidation.
Now while we're on the subject, what's first on your list?
Has Carter gone missing?
If that's the case, I really hate to hear it.
I always enjoyed his sense of humor and his input. He seemed to take the same approach as I do, which is basically a "learn by your mistakes" type of cheese making.
If Carter is no longer posting it's a shame. He had so much to offer and always made this board interesting.
Well hopefully he will show up this fall/winter and we can get the "old gang" together once again. Also, has anyone heard from Ryan? As long as I live I will never forget his "Limburger sampling" post. In a word, CLASSIC!
Hopefully everyone will forgive me for highjacking this thread. It's just really nice to hear from some familiar friends.