I have day-dreamed of more blogs. I run this organ for my general observations, A Good Beer Blog for barley hopply sipping and write at the e-Group to argue Canadian politics. But I imagine I could do a twelve post a year blog on sherry and one with perhaps a little better pace about cheese.
This morning I have the inspiration for a cheesey blog in the cheese from these gals lazing on the hillsides of Lanark County, Ontario: local blue ewe's milk cheese from Icelandic sheep. Cheese that makes you think "cheeeeeese", think I need solid soured creams and milks. Cheese that reminds you of the pickled herrings of youth. The makers say:
Named for our beautiful Lanark Highlands and the many Scots who settled in this area, Highland Blue is a tangy and rich blue cheese in a natural rind. Delicate overtones of sharp blue race through this smooth medium hard cheese and demand your loyalty. Hark to the pipes!Dandy.
Update: While I have no cheese blog, I now have a cheese category with its own page and even an RSS feed. Mere references to the lack of cheese tray presentations in my honour are not included.