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July 30, 2010


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oh my god @[email protected] ordino subito un paio di caciottine di questo formaggio pieno di occhietti, ma quanto ti è venuto bene!!!! davvero una bella soddisfazione, baci!!

bellini valli

Making your own cheese is quite an accomplishment. I have it in mind to try Burrata.

Simona Carini

Ciao Astro. Devo ammetterlo che e' una bella soddisfazione. Ne faro' presto un'altra forma.

Ciao Val. Interesting choice: I have never thought about making burrata.


I finally found rennet - at the pharmacy, of course.... They had to order it. Now if I can just get my act together to try cheese making. I also love Norway. I've only been once, but I have family there that I want to meet - distant, but still family. They live on the farm my grandfather was born on. It's so beautiful.


Mi sbalordisci sempre con le tue preparazioni, ma questa le supera tutte ....
Una gran bella soddisfazione ...

Simona Carini

Hi Katie. Thanks for letting me know about getting rennet at the pharmacy. I added this to my cheese-making resource page. Now I wonder where you can find cheese cultures: let me know if you discover it. I hope you get to visit that Norwegian farm soon and meet your relatives. One of the things that intrigued me there was the architecture of the rural buildings, which changed in the different parts of the country.

Grazie Lenny. Ebbene si', una bella soddisfazione.

Tiffany jewelry

This is so interesting to know about that brief history of cheese.Well I have never made cheese at home but I would like to make Jarlsberg.I like to eat cheese very much.Now I am eager to know your cheese making adventures.


I'm always impressed when I read that you make your OWN cheese. ;-)


Simona Carini

Thanks, Paz. I must admit that making cheese has become part of my life now. However, I feel there are too many things I don't yet know. I would very much like to take a class from a professional cheese-maker.


è assolutamente vero che quando il formaggio viene bene è difficile smettere di mangiarlo.

Simona Carini

Ciao Andrea. Infatti, il nostro consumo di formaggio e' aumentato da quando lo faccio in casa.


hei, lo sai cosa stavo pensando che noi si poteva aprire un negozio online di prodotti caseari, vedo che sei molto bravo a ottenere risultati in un campo per nulla facile. vine a vedere nella mia cantina
cordialmente Andrea

Simona Carini

Ciao Andrea. Non ho progetti di passare dall'hobby al commercio. Per me fare il formaggio e' un passatempo: lavoro, famiglia e casa occupano la mia giornata. E poi, una volta che cominci a vendere quello che produci devi essere sicuro di mantenere la qualita', cosa per me molto difficile con i mezzi rudimentali che ho, soprattutto per la maturazione. Per ora quello che mi piacerebbe e' avere accesso a del latte vaccino crudo.

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