On Saturday I taught another cheesemaking workshop in the lovely little town of Gisborne, Victoria. It was for a group of ladies who have formed a gardening group, and tracked me down via this blog.
We had a great time, and here are a few photos of the workshop.
7 pots of milk all in a row.
The commercial kitchen was wonderful to work in. The stove had 12 burners, and plenty of room for the 7 budding cheesemakers.
Expelling whey after the first time in the microwave.
Chief Microwave Technician!
Here comes the stretch! Everybody’s mozzarella turned out perfect. For a two students account of the workshop, pop on over to Christine’s blog, Slow Living Essentials, and to Kirsty’ blog, Bowerbird Blue, including what Kirsty made with the mozzarella. A big thank you goes out to Christine who organised the entire event and venue. It would not have been held without her hard work.
I have another Mozzarella workshop in two weeks time at the Spotswood Community house on Saturday, 29th October from 10am to 1pm. There may be spaces left, with a maximum of 8 students. Here is some contact info in case you are interested.
Spotswood Community House
598 Melbourne Rd, Spotswood 3015
Phone: 9391 2613
Fax: 9391 1898