Kurt Timmermeister
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Kurt Timmermeister

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Kurt Timmermeister, owner and cheesemaker at Kurtwood Farms, takes us on the journey of Dinah’s Cheese. Timmermeister carefully handcrafts each round of Dinah’s Cheese, a beautiful, grassy, farmstead cheese that can be found in restaurants and markets throughout Seattle and as far ...

Curd Is the Word

Farm owner Kurt Timmermeister crafts the bloomy rind fromage from fresh cows’ milk in just 25 days. Named for one of his beloved Jerseys, Dinah’s Cheese isn’t technically a Camembert (since it’s not made in France) but does get the official farmstead stamp (it’s produced just twenty feet ...

On Vashon Island, a communitywide feast

It’s not like there was nothing happening on the island before, but I feel like young people are moving to the island to get involved in the food system more than before.” The Kurt Garaventa speaks of is Kurt Timmermeister of Kurtwood Farms, who recently published his second book...

“Growing a Feast: The Chronicle of a Farm-to-Table Meal” by Kurt Timmermeister

Point to the grocery store, then read “Growing a Feast” by Kurt Timmermeister, and follow along with one scrumptious meal… On a Sunday evening not long ago, Kurt Timmermeister decided to have a dinner party for friends. Years before, he’d run a restaurant on his island farm near ...

Kurt Timmermeister Ensures Human Freedom in the Face of ...

This man's name is Kurt Timmermeister. I wrote about Timmermeister a couple weeks ago. His dairy farm on Vashon Island, Kurtwood Farms, produces high-quality cheeses available for sale all over Seattle at places like Picnic and DeLaurenti.

'Growing a Feast' a book you'll want to bring home

Point to the grocery store, then read Growing a Feast by Kurt Timmermeister, and follow along with one scrumptious meal … On a Sunday evening not long ago, Kurt Timmermeister decided to have a dinner party for friends. Years before, he’d run a restaurant on his island farm near ...

The Bookworm: Food – What you eat and where it comes from » Naples Daily News

Point to the grocery store, then read “Growing a Feast” by Kurt Timmermeister, and follow along with one scrumptious meal On a Sunday evening not long ago, Kurt Timmermeister decided to have a dinner party for friends. Years before, he’d run a restaurant on his island farm near ...

Kurtwood Farms’ Dinah

Four cheeses were tasted: WSU’s Cougar Gold, Willamette Valley Cheese Company’s Boerenkaas, Sally Jackson’s Raw Sheep Milk (all of which I have reviewed in the past) and Kurtwood Farms’ Dinah. Notes on the entire seminar will be uploaded here in the next few weeks. Kurt Timmermeister, the owner ...

Local Farmhouse Supper A Conscious Feast by Nicole Aloni

Last Sunday I was lucky enough to be included in one of the intimate farmhouse dinners at Kurtwood Farms on Vashon. Ex-Seattle chef Kurt Timmermeister (and friends) produce regular Sunday night dinners on his 13-acre dairy farm that are the acme of local eating.

The Stranger Suggests: Kurt Timmermeister with Dan Savage

Kurt Timmermeister’s Growing a Farmer was the story of how he bought and learned to love a Vashon Island farm. (If you’ve ever eaten Kurtwood Farms’ dairy products, you understand that plastic-wrapped cheese is a crime against humanity. ) His new Growing a Feast tells the story of how a ...

Kurt Timmermeister

On his Vashon Island daily farm, Kurt Timmermeister produces high-quality cheeses available for sale all over Seattle at places like Picnic and DeLaurenti. ... Anyone who's ever eaten at the secret dinners hosted at Kurtwood Farms can see the livestock he slaughters through the dining-room window.

Kurt Builds A Cool Cheese Cave at Kurtwood Farms on Vashon ...

After Dinah, his first cheese, starred on the cover of Culture magazine's Autumn 2010 issue, Kurt Timmermeister of Kurtwood Farms...

Kurtwood Farms

For many Seattleites, Kurt Timmermeister needs no introduction. He’s a native who is well known in food circles as the former owner of Belltown/later Capitol Hill favorite Cafe Septieme (he sold the restaurant in 2004).

5 Best American-Made Cheeses for Thanksgiving: BA Daily: bonappetit.com

The cheesemaker is Kurt Timmermeister, a former chef and Seattle-area restaurateur who started a farm, wrote a book, Growing a Farmer, and is currently working on another book. "He milks about a dozen Jersey cows, and the cheese shows it," says Davies. "Golden on the interior with a ...

Pacific NW Chef-farmer shows us how to eat, from the ground ...

Chef-farmer shows us how to eat, from the ground up Kurt Timmermeister's "Growing a Farmer: How I Learned to Live off the Land" is a testament to the challenges and joys of building and operating a small farm on an island in Puget Sound. On his Vashon Island farm, Kurt ...

Outdoors Vashon Island farms make for a fresh and tasty day ...

Kurt Timmermeister stands in his nearly-completed 330-square-foot cheese cave on his Vashon Island property. The cave will help Timmermeister's Kurtwood Farms expand its cheese offerings. Cups, complete with names, hang at Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie. Regulars show up daily to ...

A Wannabe-Insider’s Guide to Seattle’s Outsider Chefs ...

My new heroes are Matthew Dillon of Sitka & Spruce, Jeremy Faber of Foraged and Found Edibles, Justin Neidermeyer of Pian Pianino, Kurt Timmermeister of Kurtwood Farms, and Johnathan Sundstrom of Lark and Licorous. My adventure started on an unseasonably cool August morning, in a cab ...

Dinah’s Cheese at Kurtwood Farms

I love to read books about people’s journeys with food. One of the best books I have recently read is Kurt Timmermeister’s Growing a Farmer: How I Learned to Live off the Land.

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