Resource List: Local Cheese

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast

Present Local Cheese Tasting with Adam Centamore

February 19, 2015

Featured Cheese:

  1. Vermont Butter & Creamery: Coupole – goat milk
  1. von Trapp: Oma – unpasteurized cows milk
  1. Cabot Creamery: Clothbound Cheddar – pasteurized cows milk
  1. Spring Brook Farm: Reading – raw cows milk
  1. Great Hill Blue – non-homogenized, raw cows milk

Bread: courtesy of My little Bakery, Duxbury

Sponsors: Trucchi’s Supermarkets and Whole Foods Market

Books in the Old Colony Library Network

Werlin, Laura. All American Cheese and Wine Book: pairings, profiles and recipes, 2003.

Karlin, Mary. Artisan cheese making at home: techniques and recipes for mastering worldclass cheeses, 2011.

Darlington, Tenaya. DiBruno Bros. House of Cheese: wedges, pairings and recipes from Philadelphia’s House of Cheese, 2012.

Harbutt, Juliet. World Cheese Book, 2009.

Dawson, Cole. Cheese It! Start making cheese at home today. 2012.

McCalman, Max. Cheese: a connoisseur’s guide to the world’s best, 2005.

James, David S. Complete wine tasting and pairing for beginners: discover how to taste, select and pair wine with food and become an expert sommelier over the week-end. 2013.  

Wine Fundamentals, DVD, 2003.


eSS&SC Cheese Making: Fresh Cheese Friday February 27, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 at the Beal House. $50 for one, or bring a friend–$80 for 2: Learn how to make a variety of fresh cheeses from cow’s milk along with techniques for endless ways to flavor and serve. Chef Rosa Galeno will walk us through the time-honored traditions used by her Italian family for generations. Expect a few special guests and abundant samples.

Websites Your Complete Guide to Wine and Cheese Trails in Massachusetts. Farmstead Cheese Farms Massachusetts Wineries New England Cheesemaking Supply Co.


Kurland, Ann Trieger. “Local artisan cheese makers join together.” Boston Globe, November 19, 2013.

Harris, Patricia and David Lyon.” Explore the Massachusetts Wine and Cheese Trails.” Boston Globe, October 2012.

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