Home Cheese Making
Private classes & parties available.
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Greek Yogurt & Cheese 2 Days: Tuesdays, April 29 & May 6, 6-9pm
All About Chevre 1 Day: Monday, May 5, 6-9pm
The Cheese Maker’s Pantry: Cultured Sour Cream June 11, 6-9pm
Cheeses of Italy 2 Days: Tuesdays May 20 & 27, 6-9pm
More details and registration with their spring/summer catalog.
Art of Cheese Making — Italian Style February 25– 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Learn to make two simple and delicious Italian cheeses in your own kitchen using mostly supplies you already own! We will cover how to make a heavenly ricotta and a decadent mascarpone, then show you how to use them in two different dishes. Register early as space is limited. (Online enrolment on their site.)
If there’s anyone in the greater Philly area interested in cheese making I have a class on Feb 25 at the wonderful cooking spotlight in Phoenixville PA. In class we will cover basic cheese making principles by covering two Italian cheeses – ricotta & mascarpone. Students will leave being able to confidently make a variety of soft cheeses at home using mostly supplies you already own. For a full description and to sign up follow their link:
Interested in learning how to make cheese? Want to host a unique part? Why not have a cheese making party!
Imagine beautiful chevre logs of every variety proudly displayed on your cheese boards, or bowls of crumbly and tangy marinated feta set as an antipasto. Cheese making is easier and more rewarding than you might think!
You and your friends will learn the principles of cheese making, and will be able to successfully make a variety of basic cheese by the end of class using mostly supplies you already own. I have a number of lesson plans available, or I can cater to your preferences. Noshing on the cheeses being made is included. I can travel to Philadelphia and its suburbs, Reading, Quakertown and Allentown areas.
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