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September 01, 2006



Haaaaaaaaaaaaa! This post made me totally crack up!!! Skeezes you out. HA!

Pat K

Now I've made yogurt. But cheese would be pretty cool. I love cheese. Cheese with herbs. Hmmmmm.


I've made yogurt before. It's easy.


I think it's awesome that you tried something new and liked it. Good for you for moving outside your comfort zone!


Good for you! looks great!
I'd feel iby jibby about leaving milk on the stove overnight too..my cat would drink it.....lol well and of course being a city girl at heart myself....
funny how Dhs can quickly change their minds and they see it being totally justified....lol


Congratulations on making your first cheese! Although I have to say, it would be hard for me to eat any of it too.


If you really want to skeeve out your husband, tell him you're serving squirrel pie for dinner. (You could use chicken, and he'd never know the difference, especially as he'd never touch it.)


I would totally eat your stovetop cheese. I do not fear unusual foodstuffs, as long as they are not animal in origin (consuming strange sausages is a hobby of my husband's. I leave questionable meats to him.) My mom and nonna used to can when I was small. I've done it once or twice, but I fear the preasure cooker, so it's not a normal occurence. Anyway, I hope the cheese is yummy, it looks awesome.


Friday night was fun! Definitely worth re-entering the depths of a church basement. And I, with a degree that had plenty of food science courses, can attest that your cheese should be perfectly fine. And that canning green beans can kill you, so don't try that at home. But jelly is easy and safe! Try that if you get a canning bug.


I'm so impressed. There's a goat farm in the county where they have cheese making classes. I'm so tempted. I have made yogurt. It is so much better than store-bought. I encourage you. We add Splenda or sugar and fruit or whatever. It is wonderful.

Lucinda (That other Cindy)

Cheese! Yum.

Chris' Needle Craft Supplies on Olive near 141 is open until 7 p.m. during the week, by the way. They are having an Anniversary Sale right now, but I'm not sure how long the sale will be going on.


Hey, congrats on making the cheese! The only reason I was able to document with pictures is because I've made chevre many times, and wasn't nervous anymore! Don't fear things like homemade cheese, and definitely give yogurt a try (I have instructions for that on my blog, too). Good eats!

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