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What You'll Get
Creating cheese from scratch is both challenging and delicious, much like playing “Stairway to Heaven” on a clarinet made out of a candy cane. Master milk melding with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$82 for a full-day BYOB cheese-making workshop for one (a $165 value)
- Creation of traditional feta, chevre, ricotta, and mozzarella cheese
- Artisan cheese and charcuterie luncheon
- Butter-making lesson
- Tips on flavoring, storing, and packaging cheese<p>
$185 for a three-hour hands-on beginner BYOB cheese workshop for two (a $370 value)
- Work hands-on in pairs to create ricotta, mozzarella, mozzarella pinwheels, and burrata cheese
- Butter-making lesson
- Take-home recipe booklet
- Sample complimentary cheese, cheesecake, and other light snacks<p>
$39 for a Standing Stone at-home ultimate cheese-making kit (an $85 value)
- Liquid animal rennet
- Mesophilic culture (MM100)
- Calcium chloride
- Citric acid
- Kid lipase powder
- Soft curd draining cloth
- Optional gift bag upon request for Groupons purchased as gifts
- Recipe booklet for feta, monterey jack, queso blanco, and other types of cheeses. Works with both cow and goat milk.
- Can produce 15–20 pounds of cheese.<p>
During cheese-making workshops, dairy wizard Paula Butler leads lessons on how to transform farm-fresh and store-bought milk and cream into simple mozzarella, cream cheese, and ricotta. Both classes are BYOB; see full curriculum descriptions here.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. 3-day cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Tax not included. $6 shipping fee for cheese kit not included. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Standing Stone Farm
Standing Stone Farm's Paula Butler, whose cheese making was recently featured on PBS, demonstrates Old-World methods of cheese crafting during small classes held at her boutique dairy-goat farm. During cheese-making workshops, dairy manipulators will learn techniques to create greek feta, marinated feta, classic french chevre, and an easy 45-minute mozzarella, all using farm-fresh goat milk and provided cow's milk. Parched participants in the basic course can sip on complimentary coffee or bring their own alcoholic beverages from home. Upbeat, casual classes take place once or twice a month in the dairy farm's large kitchen with 12–15 students per session. Out on the fields, herds of nubian goats roam free, munching on alfalfa and watching farm-share members pick up their weekly gallon of raw goat milk.