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August 23, 2013 - 20 went

Meeting with Pennyroyal Creamery's Erika Scharfen

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Added by Irene D.
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  • Irene D.

    Loved Kimi's Valencay sooooo much went down to The Beverage People today and got all the ingredients, pyramid molds, etc. Luckily Kimi was there and shared her recipe! It's in the current version of the catalogue: http://www.thebeveragepeople.com/pdf/webcheesepdf/Valencay.pdf Option: add a half pint of cream or half and half to this recipe. Kimi used cream. It was very flavorful and wonderful creamy textures under the rind, then more firm in the center.

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  • Colette T.

    It was a glorious evening! Hope there are many more to come. Thank you to Nancy for arranging the opportunity! Thank you Erika for sharing you love for goats and cheese. Colette Thomas

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  • Irene D.

    So this was a humbling experience. I unmolded my Valencay too early and created these dumplings! However they taste pretty good!

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