This summer I am interning in the famous caves of Murray’s Cheese shop. It is a great experience to get the known cheese on the inside and out. It is kind of funny because all day I look at the cheeses from the outside and then by the end of the day I am rushing up stairs (to the storefront) because I am so curious how the cheeses look inside! (and how they taste of course!) It is a great internship and I am excited to learn a lot about cheese!
One of benefits of this internship is that I get to take any class that Murray’s offers for free! Wooppee!
I was very fortunate to hear Paul Kindstedt speak twice this week. He has written two books about cheese and also lectures about cheese at UVM. His material was very dense while he focused on the history and culture of the origins of cheese. Rather than summarizing everything he said in the 2.5 hour classes both nights, I will just point you toward his book.
I look forward to taking more classes at Murray’s!
Since I am new to the big city I am in search of a
good AMAZING yoga studio. Today I started my first day at Laughing Lotus which I loved. However, I am torn rather to just join the studio and really get to know the teachers and members or to have some fun jumping around different studios and trying a little bit of everything this summer.
I am welcome to suggestions…..
PS. Federal Donuts fried chicken was worth the wait. However, don’t wait till dinner time to eat it… eat it right away!