Archive for 'cheese making'
There are definitely highs and lows when it comes to cheese making. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: cheese making is an art not a science. You can repeat a cheese making process over and over again and the results are always slightly different. We are getting to the pointy end of [...]
My husband always knows what to buy me for Christmas. It is always something food related. First there was the Kenwood; next came the cheese making kit; and this year, a gadget for cold smoking. I have dabbled with hot smoking before, which imparts a great smokey flavour while cooking the produce, but what I’ve [...]
This is my final post for 2012 and of course it has to be cheese! After receiving a cheese making kit for Christmas last year I haven’t looked back. My New Year’s resolution was to teach myself to make cheese and “By jove, I thinks she’s got it!” Well I still have a lot to [...]
It has been a whole year since I got my cheese making kit last Christmas. I cannot believe how much I have achieved since the first not so successful attempts at mozzarella. I have been steadily working my way through Artisan Cheese Making at Home starting with the fresh cheeses and working up to pressed [...]
Just as I got into the swing of home cheese making I was hit with the news that I had to reduce the bad fat that I cook with and feed my husband in order to try and reduce his cholesterol level. There goes my cheese making, unless I can find a way of making [...]