Cheesemaking Class at Shanti Farm

Did you know that you can make your own cheese at home? Well you can and it is surprisingly easy.

Join Slow Food Leader and Homesteader, Pam Carlton, for this fun, interactive class.  You will be making (and tasting) a simple chevre (soft goat cheese) and mozzarella.   You will go home with some cheese as well as the recipes so you can make these cheeses again at home!

This class is for ages 16 and up.  Limited to 6 participants so everyone gets a hands on experience.  A minimum of 4 participants is needed for the class to run.

Next class: June 15

A Taste of Italy

Join Draeger’s Market in Menlo Park for a grand tasting of memorable Italian wines. Your ticket includes tastes of all the 30-35 wines and assorted artisanal cheeses provided by our expert Cheesemonger Patricia Hughes.   A 20% discount will be applied to all of the tasting wines purchased that day or any pre-sell wines picked up later.

Beginning Cheese Making: Fresh Cheeses

Jeannie Mckenzie of Pinehaven farm will reveal the great mysteries of making awesome chevre and fantastic feta, as well as the mysterious St. Maure! In addition to learning everything you’ll need to know to make yummy cheeses in your own kitchen, you’ll have the opportunity to sample other scrumptious Pineheaven Farm creations and pick herbs and edible flowers from our organic garden to add different notes to your own creation!  You’ll craft cheese by hand in the beautiful Duveneck House and enjoy the learning process in a small group. Feel free to visit our lovely, curious dairy goats before or after class to thank them for delicious cheese!  Class size limited to ensure everyone gets full benefit of this wonderfully interactive session. Class fee includes all materials you’ll need.

For Adults and Students age 16 and up.

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