Three Cheeses in Three Hours

What to expect
  • Discover the magic of making cheese at home in this hands-on workshop
  • Sample wine while you learn and socialize with fellow cheese lovers
  • Learn to make fresh chevre, mozzarella and burrata while indulging in samples of each
  • Leave with a new appreciation for cheese and the knowledge to reproduce the same results at home
Question: What's better than one cheese in one hour? Three cheeses in three hours, of course!

Learn to make three distinct and delicious types of cheese -- mozzarella, chevre, burrata -- in this fast-paced, hands-on workshop while enjoying a fun sampling of economical red and white wine! This three-hour class walks you through the history of cheesemaking, important facts about milk quality, and differences, as well as the complex biology and chemistry behind turning milk into tasty curds and protein-rich whey.

The experience will begin with a demonstration in time-delay fashion of how to craft a fresh, tangy goat cheese, along with tips to make your goat cheese appear like several different types of artisanal cheeses through various preparation techniques. Then, you'll finesse a gallon of milk over the course of the class into rich, stretchy mozzarella. Enjoy some of your finished mozzarella and turn the rest into creamy, dreamy burrata, the molten lava cake of the cheese world. Acquire the confidence and knowledge to reproduce the same results at home and leave with a new appreciation for the magic that is cheese.
Key Highlights
Price $160.00 per guest
Duration / Session 3 hours
# Sessions 1
Rating 1 positive reviews
This workshop is taught by Nicole Easterday, the founder of FARMcurious. Nicole is an engaging teacher who encourages a fun, social environment while she explains what's happening in a very down-to-earth format.
There are no refunds; all sales are final. However, you may reschedule to a later date if notice is provided at least 7 days in advance. There is a 20% transfer fee to attend a later date.

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