Cheese-Making by Hand

For all of you home brewers of beer or wine, how about learning to make some cheese to go with your home brew?
Ruth Goodman, one of the ‘hands-on historians’ who joined the BBC’s 2006 Welsh hill-farm re-enactment, leads a day workshop to show you how …

For all of you home brewers of beer or wine, how about learning to make some cheese to go with your home brew?

Butter BallsRuth Goodman, one of the ‘hands-on historians’ who joined the BBC’s 2006 Welsh hill-farm re-enactment, leads a day workshop to show you how it used to be done – and still can be done!

The long tradition of farmhouse cheese-making can be continued by anyone with interest and patience. During this practical day participants will use a hand-churn to make butter, learn the process of making soft and hard cheeses and explore vegetarian forms of rennet for curdling the milk.

Saturday 21st April, 9.30pm to 4.30pm
Tickets: £68.
Location: Aldermoor Farm, Upton Road, Ryde
Call Dave Simon on (01983) 614795 for more info

Thursday, 5th April, 2007 10:30am

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