It was utterly gorgeous weather, and so the festival was packed. I was assigned to the booths of two different cheese distributors, handing out samples and selling $5 blocks of cheese. Yes, I snuck some tastes.
I also attended a couple seminars.
This is the plate from my second seminar, "From Curds to Consumer." Yes, both seminars featured a plate of cheese and complementary wine. Even turophilic me was cheesed out by the end of the weekend!
We've been back from the honeymoon for two weeks now, and have not had a moment's rest since, what with various obligations.
I started my job the Tuesday after we returned, so I have been working and learning. It's been interesting so far; I am not sure it's the job I hoped it would be, but it did not suck as much today as it did Friday :-). So for now, I am sticking with it. We are coming into the busy season, which will mean I will be working insane hours for about three weeks in June--including overnight--so that will be a trial by fire if nothing else.
The Italy trip seems very long ago now, but we had a lovely, lovely time. I offer this photo as proof:
Yes, I am in an Italian cheese cellar.