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Urban Cheesecraft Kits Launch at Williams-Sonoma today!

April 5, 2012

Hi there! If you’ve noticed I haven’t written much for a while, here’s why…my goat cheese and mozzarella/ricotta kits launched with Williams-Sonoma today! They are part of their awesome new Agrarian line.

Check it all out HERE.

Thank you all of the support you’ve given me and my business! 

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MAKING FRESH CHEESE is a great introduction to a time-honored food craft–and one that provides instantly enjoyable results you will be proud to serve and share. Home-crafted cheese is simple to make and requires no specialized equipment. It’s easy to get started with just fresh milk and a basic cheese-making kit. Whether you use grocery-bought or dairy-delivered milk, you can be sure that homemade cheese will contain no artificial ingredients, taste more flavorful and cost a fraction of the price of commercially produced varieties.

The Joys of Making Cheese

In as little as one hour, fresh mozzarella, ricotta or goat cheese can be ready to serve on its own or in recipes. Use fresh cheeses in dips or toppings for crostini, added to stuffings for vegetables or poultry, stirred into creamy soups, layered into lasagna and other baked dishes or served with fresh fruit for a simple dessert. It’s easy to customize cheese by using different types of milk or by adding your favorite flavors and stirring in chopped fresh herbs, sweet jam or chutney, or dried fruits and nuts. Making fresh cheese is also an ideal activity to share with children, who will gain an appreciation for using quality ingredients and traditional methods while watching milk transform into cheese right before their eyes.

Try Our Recipes Using Fresh CheeseCrostini With Herbed Chevre and Kumquats
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 7, 2012 8:24 am

    Cant wait to get my hands on one of those kits.

  2. Vanessa permalink
    April 9, 2012 5:30 pm

    We made super homemade ricotta today using this kit from Williams-Sonoma. It was incredibly fresh, delicious and wholesome. Congrats on your success!

  3. April 9, 2012 7:59 pm

    Thanks so much! They just launched, good for you for making cheese so fast! Enjoy

  4. April 9, 2012 8:01 pm

    Get em while they’re hot! I LOVED your blog by the way. I plan to visit it often. Also, not sure if you’re familiar with it, but queso Oaxaca is very similar to the mozzarella you can make with my kits. ;) Just stretch it a little extra and make it into a knot!

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