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Cheese Making at the Ferry Plaza | 7×7

If you’ve ever dreamed of running off to France, Italy or even West Marin to try your hand at cheese making, we have just the thing for you. On April 17, CUESA will once again  partner with Urban Kitchen SF for the second in a three-part workshop series focused on cheese. April’s class will be led by Louella Hill, aka “The Milk Maid,” who will guide us   through the ins and outs of making French-style Crottin and Tomino.

Full story via Market Watch: Cheese Making at the Ferry Plaza | 7×7.

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