Cheese Making at Taste of Balingup
Now and annual event, Juliet Bateman from Over the Moon in Albany with return to Balingup to teach the art of Cheese making.
Juliet is a true artisan. She has carefully chosen her herd (and named each of the girls individually) for their ability to produce the best milk for specific cheese types. Her Swiss Browns and Jerseys are certainly not famous for producing the largest volumes of milk, but the milk is outstanding, and the final product speaks for itself. Her cheese is hand made with her premium milk on her family owned farm. Over the Moon is one of only four organic cheese makers in Australia that keep their own herd exclusively for the purpose of making their cheeses. The paddock, dairy and cheese factory are all within meters of each other, rare conditions which provide the artisan the opportunity to make a truly full flavoured product.
Taste of Balingup welcomes Juliet to Balingup again for this opportunity to learn to make cheese. Over two days, you will learn how to make camembert, yoghurt, labna, butter, mozzarella and mascarpone. Juliet will also conduct a specific camembert tasting and education segment, cheese tastings of different cheese classifications, and teach the art of fondue making.
When: Saturday the 27th April and Sunday the 28th April
Where: Balingup Lesser Hall
What we provide: aprons and caps (yours to keep), course notes and recipes, and……… your cheese to take home to share with family and friends!
We will also provide morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on Saturday, and morning tea and lunch on Sunday.
Cheese making will begin at 9.00am sharp on both Saturday and Sunday. Estimated conclusion time on Saturday is 5.00pm and estimated conclusion time on Sunday is 2.00pm.
Cost of 2 day course per participant: $350.00
Please note that numbers will be restricted for this workshop as Juliet prefers to work with small groups, so please book soon to avoid disappointment.
Phone 9764 1344 to ensure your place or email firstname.lastname@example.org