"The Start-Up Creamery" by Tenaya Darlington is a well-written and compelling article about a cheesemaker’s self discovery. A classic edible story, it invites the reader to know a local producer in a personal way. This is the kind of piece that serves the community so well.
Heartening story of a young woman who puts the corporate world out to pasture--not just to make farmstead cheese but to revive an 18th century milk house. A great reminder that dreams come true when you let them.
I thought the writing was fluid, descriptive, and compelling. Very well rounded from the backstory through the production. Although I grew up in rural Wisconsin surrounded by dairy farms, I was intrigued by some of the more animal focused innovations like the "free choice mineral feeder."