Let's Make More Cheese- Part 2 | Apr 3rd | £100

Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm | Led by Louise Talbot

Following the success of Let's Make Cheese - Part 1, which covers halloumi, marscapone, mozzarella and butter, Louise Talbot from Cutting the Curd is returning to teach the skills involved in making the more complex cheeses. Not only is she an Academy of Cheese Training Partner and a member of the Specialist Cheese Makers Association, she also has been a guest tutor at many cookery schools: Leith's School of Food & Wine, Divertmenti, Waitrose ... and now Vaughan's Cookery School!  Her relaxed and informal style allows you to soak up a lot of essential information, whilst having an enjoyable and creative exeprience so that you will take away everything you need to be able to make fanatastic cheese in your own kitchen..

What a joy to spend a day making cheese and then being able to successfully reproduce it, over and over again at home. Louise made what I had thought was a mysterious process clear and easy to understand. I was impressed. Judy Dain, Course Director @ Vaughan's Cookery School

There is no need to have completed the previous Part 1 cheesemaking workshop (although you will love it) in order to take part in this one.  The whole session is a good mix of demonstration and hands-on.   Using raw farm or Supermarket milk, vegetarian rennet and basic kitchen equipment, you will make:

  • camembert
  • feta

Fun, relaxed and informative, it is a total immersion in all things cheese and dairy. You’ll go home with a folder of recipes and theory – understanding the science of turning milk into cheese is important - plus a selection of cheeses you have made.  Along with all this, you will also have the skills and knowledge required to make a wide range of different cheeses, with techniques and tips for hard cheeses explained.

This busy hands-on session will include time-out for hot/cold drinks and homemade biscuits/cake and lunch, with wine or a non-alcoholic alternative..

All ingredients, equipment, aprons etc. will be provided.  Louise will have cheese kits available at £30 extra, for those who’d like to get started at home straight away

Please wear non-slip comfortable footwear.

The session is suitable for vegetarians and gluten free.  It is not possible to make it vegan or dairy free.

Any Dietary Requirements etc?
Contact Telephone Number

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