Unfortunately, due recovery from my knee operation, I have had to cancel this weekend’s Mozzarella and Ricotta course at Melton South. I am unable to walk for the next few days, so cannot teach my favourite skill and hobby, which makes me very sad.
I cannot apologise enough to the people who booked on the course. I am so sorry for the late notice. Hopefully you have rebooked on an upcoming course and I get to meet you all then.
|Mozzarella Cheese Making Courses are great fun!|
Thankfully we have two more courses locked in for August 2014 at two locations in the western suburbs of Melbourne. One at Melton South Community House, and another at the Hillside Community Centre.
You can find the venue and dates at this link; www.littlegreenworkshops.com.au/p/cheese-making.html. Places are currently available.
Also when I am back on my feet in a couple of weeks, I will hitting the kitchen get into this seasons cheese making.
I have missed cheese making so much, and am going to be experimenting making some bloomy rind cheeses.
Ian from Much To Do About Cheese has shared his Little Squirrel recipe with me a while back, so that will be the first one I am going to tackle.
Then I think I am going to try Cambozola, which is a cross between a Camembert and a Gorgonzola. Gürkan has the method posted over on his site Home Cheese Maker.
Both of these cheeses look delicious, but will take some time to perfect. I will start off using the best milk I can get my hands on, which I know will help considerably.
Anyway, stay tuned for the next Monday’s Cheese podcast as well. Lots of questions are coming in via email which you can still send to email@example.com, but I am a bit light on with voice mails. If anyone has any home cheese making questions, please see if you can leave a voice mail via the speakpipe widget. I would love to answer your questions if I can.
Looking forward to getting back on my feet again.
Originally posted on Little Green Cheese
Hope your knee is feeling better soon, Gavin. I imagine your brain is in overdrive thinking of all sorts of things to do when you are up and about again!
I know how you feel my friend, my arm/elbow is driving me crazy. I went to buy a pot tonight and then got as far as putting my hand on it before realising i couldn’t lift it. I go to lift the kettle and someone has filled it and its too heavy to lift. Those of us that thrive on activity surely suffer more by simply being not able to do all that we wish. With the weekend on us i usually have a long list of gardening or projects planned and I’m sitting here wondering what can i get away with without incurring the wrath of my physio. I know I’m having a whinge but my elbow has ached all week at work from clicking the bloody mouse button. Really, how stupid is that? OK back to you, giving you lots of sympathy and hope you are not in too much pain. My sympathy also goes to Kim having you trapped in the house all day. You are probably driving her mad! Eat some cheese and drink some of your beer, that will make you feel better.