CLASS SCHEDULE

Live Classes

KEY:  In-Person, On-the-farm classes are listed in GREEN.  Live Zoom classes are listed in YELLOW. Offsite classes are listed in PURPLE.  Special Events are listed in RED. Private Events are listed in ORANGE.

TO REGISTER: Click on a class title to get detailed information about that class. Then click the REGISTER HERE link to sign up!

Don’t see the class you want scheduled at a convenient time for you?  Create your own PRIVATE EVENT or take our ON DEMAND classes and learn how to make the cheeses you want when you want to!

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Feta 3 Ways: Dry-Salted, Brined, or Marinated at Kitchen Company – 4:00 pm

July 20, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$30.00

Join Kate Johnson from The Art of Cheese and learn how to make delicious and easy cheese, Feta. For beginner cheesemakers, this is a great place to start because you won’t need a lot of fancy equipment or special ingredients to make this (in fact everything but the milk will be available to purchase at a discount right after class). We’ll cover three different ways to make your Feta: Dry-Salted, Marinated and Brined and you’ll get to sample some of each variety. We’ll tell you how to make good milk selections and cover all the basics of the art and science of cheesemaking.

Register Here (will take you to Kitchen Company’s Registration page)

 

Details

Date:
July 20, 2019
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
$30.00
Event Category:

Venue

Don’t see the class you want scheduled at a time convenient for you? Now you can order classes On Demand and watch them at your convenience!

CLASSES ON DEMAND (for more options CLICK HERE):

BEGINNER LEVEL CHEESES:


CHEVRE & FROMAGE BLANCBUY NOW

FETA: Dry Salted, Brined & Marinated – BUY NOW

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CHEESES:


MOZZARELLA & BURRATABUY NOW

BRIE & CAMEMBERT – BUY NOW


ADVANCED LEVEL CHEESES
:


CHEDDAR: FRESH CURDS TO PRESSED & AGED – BUY NOW

BLUE STILTON – BUY NOW

for more options CLICK HERE


Stay connected and get all the latest!

Visit The Blog

Frequently Asked Questions