Give a man cheese and you feed him for a day; teach a man to make cheese and he will realize that the concept of time is a conspiracy designed to distract people from constantly making cheese. Manifest dairy desires with today's deal: for $40, you get one cheese-making class from Fromage to Yours (a $79 value, including materials). Classes are hosted at the Best Western Gateway Inn in Aurora, Uptown Brothers Brewing Company in Denver, or the bottling room at Rockyard American Grill & Brewing Company in Castle Rock. Choose from the 25 available class times and locations listed here.
Having founded the Colorado Cheese Festival, Fromage to Yours continues to campaign for artisanal cheeses by enlightening common citizens of all ages on the joys of at-home dairysmithing. Skilled specialists teach each three- to four-hour cheese-crafting tutorial, imparting the details necessary to help properly herd curds and slow the importation of moon cheese. During each intimate class, no more than 32 queso scholars will together learn to craft creamy mozzarella, subtly sweet ricotta, and texturally tempting paneer. All necessary materials are included in this deliciously hands-on course.
Fromage to Yours
Expert gourmand Jackie Rebideau has a peculiar passion for cheese. In an effort to share this ardor with the public, she created Fromage to Yours, a company that holds classes and special events to educate people about this celebrated edible. In addition to her recently launched grilled cheese food truck, Mobile Meltz, Jackie teaches pupils about the art of making artisan cheeses such as mozzarella, halloumi, ricotta, and paneer, demonstrating tasteful techniques and dispelling myths that the holes in swiss cheese are formed by mini meteors training for future journeys to the moon. Fromage to Yours also orchestrates special events such as the Colorado Cheese Festival, which more than 150 samples of artisanal American cheese.
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