CITY gay goes up-country in a nutty, cheesy tale …
High up in their condo with the million-dollar lake view, John and Greg’s free-wheeling city dream comes to an end after one too many stolen bicycles. Soon after, the life partners are riding the wave of real estate prices right out of the city.
Their rural route ends up turning right down a cattail-lined concession, into the wild green yonder of Southwestern Ontario. On a Century Farm with sixty goats and the finest Swiss equipment, they inherit the dreams-gone-awry of Jimmy and Barbara Kember’s stalled cheese-making enterprise. Max the German Shepherd watches the action from the porch, Napoleon the stud goat plays Hamlet in paddock stage left. The dank spot of Chase the squirrel’s remains is dead centre on the front lawn.
Greg and John’s imported ways and wealth begin to rejuvenate Say Cheese Artisan Goat Cheese. But when the King and Queen of their prize-winning goat herd escape just weeks before Say Cheese’s debut at the Royal Winter Fair, the partners will need to rely on the kindness and surprising genius of all their new country friends.