Bread, Cheese & Children from Scratch

Hi all! I HAD to reblog this awesome post! I am really looking forward to trying this home cheese recipe, it looks so much simpler than I had ever imagined 🙂 Check out http://www.wildwoodhomestead.com for more cool ideas!

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I spend a small fortune on cheese. Especially soft cheeses, like goat cheese and sumptuous, creamy, expensive real, imported cheeses that pair perfectly with Pinot Noir and peppery water table crackers or smeared across a piece of thinly sliced toasted rye. Yep. This is my vice. Good cheese. Hard, soft, crumbly, whatever, I love it. And if I’m wrong for loving good cheese and crispy, crunchy crackers or bread, then by golly I don’t wanna be right in this life.

GUILTY. AS. CHARGED.

I’ve had some really successful cheese making sessions lately. The kind where the mozzarella actually stretches and with each pull, I simultaneously feel a tear being tugged from my eye as I secretly celebrate my cheese making success while beaming with pride. Like, how boring is my life that my mozzarella making accomplishments leave me verklempt? Let me answer that question for you…

Not boring at all.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. srbottch says:

    I don’t feel a tear, but I do feel saliva running down my chin from all the drooling I’m doing. Cheese and 🍷. ‘Life is good 😊

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    1. mliae says:

      I know…right??! I absolutely love that cheese recipe, and I can’t wait to try it! Accompanied by a nice glass of Merlot, of course 😉

      Liked by 1 person

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