Rural Women New Zealand held a very popular cheese making demonstration at Tamahere Community Centre in the Waikato on Monday 12 November, with 45 women learning to make ricotta, mozzarella and halloumi cheeses.
“There is a growing interest in learning traditional skills such as cheese making, and we were thrilled with the success of the evening,” said Rural Women NZ member Janet Williams, who organised the demonstration with the new Tamahere Rural Women NZ group.
Sue and Neil and also brought along a selection of top-shelf gourmet cheeses to taste. These were complemented with wine tastings of four different wines from The Hamilton Wine Company.
Rural Women New Zealand had their book “A Good Harvest” on sale, with samples of pickles made from the book.
Following the success of the event, more cheese making classes are planned for next year, beginning with three demonstrations in Taranaki in February.
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