Making Soft Cheese: a Workshop - Saturday May 17th - 1:00-4:00pm

May 17 2008 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Soft Cheese making with Sue Romas - #5
Ages 10 and up.
May 17th, 2008
1:00 -> 4:00pm

Cheese making is an ancient and simple way to preserve fresh milk. We'll make two kinds of fresh, soft and delicious Farmer Cheese from scratch, taste a variety of homemade cheeses, and in the end you'll get some cultures to make your own. Why buy expensive imported chevre when you can make it yourself from local milk?

Taught by Sue Romas, farm resident and homemaking expert. Sue's only been making cheese for a little while but she's really, really excited to share the joy of homemade cheese with everyone. Crackers for tasting and tea provided.

Registration for the cheese classes is limited to 6 folks.
Preregistration is required.
Sliding Scale donation for this class: $20.00-30.00

Family friendly: there will be childcare available during the workshop for a small fee, although no small children will be allowed in the kitchen due to space and safety concerns. please let us know in advance if you are needing childcare during classtime.

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