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$34 for a Cheese-Making Class for Two at Cheesy Gourmet ($69 Value)

Urban Quarter

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Chef teaches methods for making cheese spreads, blocks, and crumbles during 60- to 90-minute classes

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Expires Apr 10th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Without cheese, macaroni would have no friends, and humans would never know what the moon tastes like. Celebrate curd culture with this Groupon.

$34 for Cheese-Making Class for Two ($69 Value)

On Saturdays and Sundays, students settle in at tables arranged in an open rectangle. In the middle, Chef Dan explains and demonstrates professional techniques for making cheese spreads, blocks, and crumbles. Every recipe starts from scratch and yields edible treats, which are served with crackers. If desired, guests can bring their own wine. At the end of class, couples go home with a cheesecloth, milk, and an instructional DVD.

Cheesy Gourmet

Students in 60- to 90-minute classes at the Cheesy Gourmet learn how to make bagel-ready spreads, sliceable block cheeses, and crumbly feta using nothing but cheesecloth and a splash of milk. Participants can snack on provided cheese and crackers or sip wine they brought themselves as they watch Cheesy chefs demonstrate techniques inside a quaint kitchen painted robin’s-egg blue. After the class, guests leave with enough cheesecloth to make their own cheeses or dairy-based paper-maché art projects at home.


  • “So much fun! Classes are easy and lively. We brought wine and loved making/eating the cheese”

  • “Amazing deal for the fun and knowledge you walk away with! Even at full price it would've been worth it! ”

  • “This is a wonderful class! Can't wait to make more cheese!”

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    Urban Quarter

    1420 Main St.

    Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

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