I am so very very very very glad I am not lactose intolerant because I LOVE cheese. Goat, Hard, Soft, Sheep Cow blends, though I'm not particularly fond of Gouda or Swiss, but I do love Monterey Jack, so its not all sharp cheese.
I want to make cheese. It might be on the list of things to do this August. Especially since my parents went to Vermont for their anniversary this weekend and my father picked up some cheese making books for Tallman and I to try out. I understand mozzerellas and burattas are particularly easy to make. I'm pumped, and of course I'll share my adventures with you all.
For those interested in trying to make cheese for themselves, there is an etsy shop, Urban Cheesecraft, that sells kits that look pretty easy, basically just add milk and wait.
|From Etsy Seller Urban Cheesecraft|
One of my favorite meals is cheese and fruit with chocolate for dessert (wine may be included, or port, or scotch). Its filling and delicious and fruit can really mellow an intense cheese and bring out the more subtle flavors of the milk.
|From Etsy Seller AHeirloom|
|North Carolina from Etsy seller AHeirloom|
I'll leave you to think about cutting boards and cheese. :p
|Tennessee from AHeirloom|
|Kentucky from AHeirloom|