A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Thursday, 9 June 2011


The Kenilworth cheese factory produces a number of tasty staples, but I can't help but think there's a certain romance that isn't there.

Why is it that when one thinks of making cheese, one thinks of stone cellars and wooden churns.  The reality is all very much a letdown!

Modern health regulations very much mean stainless steel and concrete, and in the absence of a 600 year old stone building, well concrete blocks are the next best thing.

It tastes OK though, and the ice cream is just what the doctor ordered on a hot day.


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1 comment

Gemma Wiseman said...

I am a cheese freak, but couldn't agree more about how cheese factories are presented now! Just a few olde worlde staples still exist! There is one outside Bega on the south coast of NSW and several in Tasmania's north that have a few glimpses of old romance!

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