A collection of all Cheesepalooza Participants Basic Chèvre making experiences!
What an incredible cheesepalooza round up this is! Oh my, did people experience problems with this challenge. This challenge was met with such happy enthusiasm, and wonderful to see such incredible successes and learning from so many of you through your participation, and in some cases, perseverance! Many didn’t send me their links again, but when you do, I will add them to this round up! Grab a coffee, pull up a chair, and get ready to enjoy some amazing posts about making homemade chèvre!
Lisa at Parsley Sage and Sweet from NYC New York USA
Ntala can make chèvre with her eyes closed. Remember, she lives on a farm with a goat or two. Better head over to read about it!
Christine at wannafoodie from Calgary Alberta Canada
Look at that huge amount of gorgeous chèvre Christine made. Want to know what she did with it all? Check out her site!
Nic at Nic Cooks from Sydney, Australia
Nic has made a lot of cheese. You should see the cheddar she just tweeted about earlier this week! And the chèvre above is certainly an indicator of her ability!
Rick at Sailor Rick’s Cheesepaloozas from Edmonton Alberta Canada
We met Rick and his “little Cheese Puff” at the Cheesepalooza Challenge Two Tasting and can see how lively our locality will be with his novel contributions!
Sarah at Several Gardens Farm from Seattle WA USA
Sarah makes chèvre from memory and her post presents and interesting read comparing her usual chèvre making process to Mary’s.
Caroline of Caroline Yeg from Edmonton Alberta Canada
Caroline hasn’t posted her experience yet, but will, soon!
Laural at Habanerogal Fromage from Edmonton Alberta Canada
Laural came over and we made her ricotta together… but she is still having trouble figuring the whole website thing out. She has enough enthusiasm for ten people and it would be great to see what she can do as she started her blog just to make cheese with Cheesepalooza!
Nichole at Seel Projects from St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
I haven’t met Nicole, yet, but she lives very close by, so should in the near future – hopefully at a Tasting! Love her title: Chevre Making, McGyver Style!
Liz at Lucky Lizard Ranch from Conroe Texas USA
Liz joined us a little late but has already made this Challenge Two cheese and what creative ideas you will see when you read her post.
Evelyne at Cheap Ethnic Eatz from Montreal Quebec Canada
Eveyln is exuberant about cheese making! She has recently joined our group and her enthusiasm has motivated me! Look at that cheese!
NOTICE: Cheese Making in Belize!
Jeri from New England Cheesemaking has shared this opportunity to learn cheese making in January at a resort in Belize – http://www.cavesbranch.com/cheese-adventures and would like all of our cheese making friends to learn about it. I am going to take a serious look! The classes are limited to 10 each. Jeri is going and wants to make sure the classes fill to enable an optimum cheese making experience! Read an article about it here!