The fact that my home made fetta tastes BLOODY GOOD.
I thought it might be a disaster, or it would go rancid before I got to eat it. And even though I doubted my greek yoghurt and persian/gourmet fetta making abilities due to their general runniness while they were setting overnight, I've just put them through cheesecloth (AKA Chux Superwipes) and they look and taste good too!
So hi, my name's Michelle. I quilt, crochet, sew, cook AND MAKE CHEESE. Pleased to meet you!
I'm SO impressed. Well done. Will you do it often now?ReplyDelete
Thats awesome - seriously. Will you do it again?ReplyDelete
Oh WOW! How clever are YOU? That's what I call multi-talented!ReplyDelete
Yummmmm - what a great new skill!ReplyDelete
Oh yum! What a fantastic thing to be able to make!ReplyDelete
Wow, you're own cheese - nice one!!ReplyDelete
I'm glad youo enjoyed your Melbourne trip - how did you like Meet me at Mikes?? Did they have any Mirabel softies up yet?
Wow. You got my mouth watering, but I'm not allowed to have fetta still. Another couple of months...ReplyDelete
Oh looks good and I love the design the basket left on the cheese. Looks like a strawberry punnet basket.ReplyDelete
Impressed beyond words. You know I am going to ask you endless questions about this now!!ReplyDelete
Yum! Way to go you, I'm really impressed.ReplyDelete
Oh, to be able to make my own cheese. What a treat. It looks absolutely fabulous.ReplyDelete
Where did you go to learn to do that?
its looks delicious...my mum always made homemade Halloumi cheese...the patience she had but it was worth it!!ReplyDelete
You are truly a domestic goddess. Where do you go to learn how to make your own cheese? This puts home made muesli and yoghurt in the shade.ReplyDelete
Wow, making feta, I have never thought of that but that looks like the best feta. I'm a mega feta lover!ReplyDelete