Consolidation has been constant in most industries, including dairy. Over the years, Oregon has emerged with a remarkable number of independent dairies and dairy processors intact and today produces a wide variety of dairy products including yogurt and ice cream. The segment covers the renaissance of Artisan and Farmstead cheese that has been popular since the early 2000s. Part 5 of the Oregon Dairy Industries 100th Anniversary Documentary
“Meet Your Maker” series profiles members of the Oregon Cheese Guild in video vignettes showcasing the land, animals and people behind this tasty trend.
Explore the land, visit the animals and meet the people behind artisan and farmstead cheese from Oregon.
Kathleen Cotter of the Bloomy Rind shares some delicious cheeses from Chapel Hill Creamery with yours truly. (2010)
Here’s a little piece I worked up for the Oregon Cheese Guild, covering the founding, growth and camaraderie fostered through the guild in the words of its founding cheesemaker-members.
Visit with Ray Bair, owner of Cheese Plus in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood. Ray talks about his role as a cheesemonger and helping customers find the cheese that’s right for them.