The National Centre for Dairy Education (NCDE) and Dairy Australia run a series of informative webinars for Australian dairy manufacturers, including artisan cheesemakers. The webinar series is open to anyone associated with dairy manufacturing in Australia, including small cheesemakers, large producers and associated businesses, either via a season pass or at a one-off cost of $35.
This interactive webinar focuses on the finer details of making cheeses in the style of one of the great blue cheeses of the world, Gorgonzola. It will be presented by a team of Italian experts whose work involves this style of cheese, led by Emilia Brezzo. It will involve a 30 minute presentation followed by interactive discussion addressing specific questions provided by participants in advance. If you would like to participate, prepare your questions now and contact Jenny Penfold (details below).
Date: Tuesday 18 October 2016
Time: 3.15-4.15pm AEDT (please allow for time differences in other zones)
Topic: Gorgonzola Style Cheeses
Location: your computer
Cost: $35, or free if you have a season pass
Emilia Brezzo coordinates cheese making courses at AGENFORM Dairy Education in Moretta, Italy, where she lectures in microbiology and food technology. The webinar presentation team will also include Lodo Tamagnone, chemistry lecturer and Lanfranco Ricci, cheesemaker. Guido Tallone, cheese making technician will also be present to answer questions. Full details can be downloaded via the attached invitation.
If you have a webinar season pass, simply register via email to Jenny Penfold at the NCDE, with the name and date of the webinar. Alternatively, you can register by clicking on the link provided below.
Cost: $35, or free for season pass-holders
Tickets / Information: https://www.regonline.com.au/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventId=1891137
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