Winchester Academy gets cheesey
Program on cheese includes sample tasting
Jeanne Carpenter will present “Wisconsin Cow, Sheep and Goat Milk Cheeses” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 10, at the Waupaca Area Public Library.
Sponsored by Winchester Academy, the program is free and open to the public.
Executive Director of Wisconsin Cheese Originals and author of the Cheese Underground Blog and Radio Hour, Carpenter acknowledges that she’s a cheese geek.
Her program will be about Wisconsin artisan cheese. She’ll delve into the differences between cow, sheep and goat milk and the unique flavor profiles of each.
She will show the differences between different breeds and why cheeses made from small ruminants are becoming more popular.
The audience will have the opportunity to taste three different cheeses that expertly the uniqueness of cow, sheep and goat milk.
Raised on a family farm in Wisconsin, Carpenter is an award-winning journalist. She was a spokesperson for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and communications director the Dairy Business Innovation Center, a non-profit organization credited with helping reinvigorate the Wisconsin dairy industry in the 2000s.
Carpenter’s byline can be found in a variety of regional and national food magazines, including Edible Madison, Madison Essentials Magazine, Edible Milwaukee, Culture and Cheese Connoisseur.
Her motto is “Have fun. Do good. Eat cheese.”
Winchester Academy’s programs are funded through sponsors and tax-deductible donations.
For more information about Winchester Academy, check winchesteracademywaupaca.org, follow on Facebook, or contact Executive Director Ann Buerger Linden at 715-258-2927 or email@example.com.