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Category Archives: Cheesemaking
*happy sigh* Back to the kitchen..
So this weekend, I was finally able to get back into the kitchen and make some cheese. I decided to go exotic with quark. It’s a creamy german cheese that is somewhat like a cream cheese and yogurt mix. It’s … Continue reading
Posted in Cheesemaking, Cooking, Organic Tagged butter muslin, cheese, cheesemaking, cooking, food, quark 2 Comments
Too Much Cheese: Part 2
Based on my previously documented plethora of cheese, I decided that the next meal delivery device could only be Macaroni and Cheese. I put the ricotta, the goat, and a little bit of cheddar in it. It was a strange … Continue reading
Posted in Cheesemaking, Cooking, Putzing in the kitchen Tagged cheese, comfort food, cooking, food, pasta, yummy 7 Comments
The chèvre is ready for its close up!
So, the goat cheese has chilled, and I seasoned it with some salt and pepper. It is *SO* good. It’s very creamy, almost like a thick yogurt. The powdered goat milk worked out great! It’s got a slightly more subtle … Continue reading
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More Homemade Cheese: Fresh Chèvre Edition
So part two of my cheese making binge last night was to start up some fresh chèvre (goat cheese) before I went to bed. I’ve made a much simpler recipe before.. even posted about it. This actually required me doing … Continue reading
Homemade Whole Milk Ricotta: The Saga Continues..
So, I decided the cheese was drained enough. I salted and peppered it (as I typically don’t remember to do).. and then gave it a try. Keep in mind, I typically enjoy when combined with other foods. I’m not a … Continue reading
Posted in Cheesemaking, Cooking, Putzing in the kitchen Tagged cooking, food, fresh, organic, ricotta, tasty 7 Comments
Ricotta: Why did I not know this was so easy to make??
I’ve been living the high life lately, as a woman of leisure. Sadly, on the 27th this will all end as I go back to work. I figured a celebratory trip to the cheese making shop in Woodland Hills was … Continue reading
Posted in Cheesemaking, Cooking, Italian Food, Putzing in the kitchen Tagged cooking, food, fresh, organic, ricotta, tasty, vinegar, whole milk ricotta 8 Comments
Fresh Mozzarella – The Impatient Cheesemaker’s Best Friend
I broke out my cheese making supplies today. I made a nice fresh mozzarella, which is SUPER simple to make. You start with a gallon of pasteurized whole milk (unpasteurized if you have a cow). Be sure not to get … Continue reading
Cheese of the Goat.
So I have been trying my hand at making cheese for a bit now. Goat cheese is one of those things that tastes AMAZING when homemade, but ends up costing more than just buying the cheese.. to the point of … Continue reading
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