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This event ended July 29, 2012
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Homemade Blue Cheese
18 Reasons
The Mission
Sun, Jul 29

Join Louella Hill--best known in these parts as 'The Milk Maid'--for a hands-on workshop about the art of creating homemade Stilton-style blue cheese. Louella has spent ten years perfecting cheesemaking in Italy and throughout the States.

Nearby and Noteworthy

18 Reasons is right around the corner from Pizzeria Delfina. Head there after your class or event for a delicious meal or glass of Italian wine.


For the un-initiated, blue cheese is best known for its characteristically strong smell and taste. Stilton blue cheese is among the best-known varieties, hailing from three small counties in Britain. The recipe used to create homemade Stilton-style cheese has been essentially unchanged since the early 18th century.

About the teacher: While a student at Brown University, Louella spent a year abroad in Italy. There--at an Italian sheep farm--she fell in love with the art of cheesemaking. After developing her skills as a cheesemaker at five creameries over ten years, Louella moved to San Francisco to start her company, The Milk Maid, in order to share her love for all things cheese. Learn more about her here.

This class requires no previous cheesemaking experience.

3674 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 568-2710
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Liz Davenport