Thursday, January 15, 2015

How to Make Fresh Mozzarella #recipe @LucyBurdette





7 comments:

  1. Our town-owned organic farm offered a cheesemaking course a few years ago, and I went and had a great time (I actually purchased rennet and whatever the other thing I need is--both of which are still waiting patiently in my fridge). We ended up with cheese, which was easy to make and delicious. Everyone should try it!

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  2. Fresh mozzarella is amazing! It's so yummy and buttery tasting.
    Like fresh ricotta. You hardly recognize that it's the same thing as that blah regular stuff.
    Just watch out for fresh mozzarella on pizza-it can be rather wet and make the pie soggy.

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  3. Oh, yes, I play with 5 pounds of curds every day. Uh huh! Actually, it would be great to be able to make the fresh stuff at home. But I guess I probably won't be doing that anytime soon. It does sound very yummy!

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  4. There are few things more creamy and buttery than fresh mozzarella, but we have to agree that it's far easier to buy it, especially when there's an Italian butcher shop and a pork store mere blocks away, and both make execellent cheese. Now that I've seen your salad, Lucy, I might just go for a walk.

    ~ Cleo

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  5. Yum, yum! Say cheese! My kind of girl.

    Daryl/ Avery

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