Intrepid Guild members braved a rough October ferry ride to visit North Haven’s Turner Farm. It’s been only a year since we toured the farm last, but there were many changes and improvements to take in.
We were joined for a bountiful, farm-raised luncheon by farm owners Chellie Pingree and Donald Sussman, farm staff and a lively group of island students.
After lunch Eric Rector and John Belding presented us with global and local examples of terroir , and its role in cheesemaking.
The afternoon brought a clearing sky that set the stage for a spectacular Autumn boat ride back to Rockland.
Many thanks to Turner Farm and its hardworking staff for hosting a memorable Maine Cheese Guild meeting. The bread and cheeses were superb, the cupcakes incredible and there were many requests for the soup’s chef to post his recipe at our Guild site!
please reserve 4 spots, Thanks Karen
Please reserve two spots for me. Thank you Susan Carey
Kennebec Cheesery will bring 4 people
2 from Balfour
2 for Spring Day Creamery
2 for winter hill farm
2 for Appleton Creamery
1 for deb hahn
2 for Sunset Acres
Silvery Moon will likely be there with 2 people.
2 for 3 Level Farm please, and thank you…
Two for Northern Exposure Farm, please.
One possibly two for Pineland Farms.
Two for Barred Owl Creamery
Two for Little Falls Farm
Three for Olde Oak Farm
Please reduce our reservations to 2 people and what time is the departure?