Wednesday, September 1, 2010

September '10...What did you FORGE this month?

This is the spot to link up any current or past FORGES!!!

Current Cheesy Challenges:

Ricotta Salata (and in turn, Ricotta!)

Remember, we always welcome your links to any of the things we've forged in the past. For a list, check out the sidebar! 

Please link back to either the posted challenge you've completed or to the Forging Fromage main page.  We have buttons on the sidebar if you'd like to add one of those to your post or your sidebar.  Don't be shy...join in at any time!

Please be sure to leave a comment after adding your link, so that we know you've linked up.  

Linky will be open until the last day of the month 11:59 pm Eastern time!


This linky list is now closed.


poppyseed said...

I'm all out of sequence, but I made my delicious butter this weekend!

girlichef said...

My Ricotta Salata is up...which I actually liked. Not my favorite cheese of all-time, but good for what it was. Salty, milky...delicious also crumbled ito warm pasta!!!

a moderate life said...

Yah! My first entry! I am officially a cheeseslut! :) thanks for challenging me to go beyond my culinary boundaries! I had so much fun doing this. I liked the cheese, but it is a bit salty, I guess that is where the salata comes from! Good as a condiment for sure, and mine turned out very well! Thanks for all the info and what a lovely website! Alex@amoderatelife

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

My salata is still in the fridge, curing - but I had made a large batch of ricotta for it and used the rest in a pasta dish - attached. Yum!

Danielle said...

Thanks Heather for the invite to include my firstest ever cheese :)

Rebecca said...

Just in time, I posted my ricotta salata write-up (why do I always leave things to the last minute?). I agree with others who've commented. This is a fine cheese for using in other things, but on its own it's mostly just milky and salty. But I'm glad I made it because I learned a lot in the process. Thanks for the challenge!

And welcome and congrats to all the first-time cheesemakers in the group!

Crystal said...

Haha I am like ms. poppyseed - totally out of sequence. but i made 2 types of cream cheese and mascarpone though! will definitely do cheddar and ricotta next month!