Catch up with your crew and learn something new at Tramsheds’ must-try cheese-making masterclasses.
There’s no denying Sydneysiders love their cheese. From huge festivals celebrating the best cheesemakers from around the country to pop-up events serving delectable gooey cheese dishes, there’s no shortage of Fromage-focused fun happening in our sparkling city. And what better way to learn more about our favourite food group than with a series of hands-on masterclasses in the heart of the inner west.
Hosted at the thriving foodie precinct Tramsheds, get ready to learn something new at Omnom Cheese’s immersive cheesemaking classes. Renowned for their at-home cheese-making kits, the Sydney-based team are on a mission to help everyone create their favourites cheeses using everyday kitchen equipment and local produce. And if you’re struggling to motivate yourself to hit those new year resolutions, here’s the perfect masterclass series to help you upskill, get out of your comfort zone and learn something new.
For those who love gooey, silky cheese varietals, don’t miss the Bubbles, Burrata and Bocconcini Cheese Masterclasses. Learn how to master the art of heating, stretching, folding and “balling” these delicious cheeses and create your very own pillows of burrata and bocconcini to take home. This intimate class is perfect for beginners and takes less than 90 minutes, complete with a glass of bubbles in hand to make the experience a little bit special. The best bit? You’ll walk away with a 1kg of cheese plus a recipe booklet filled with dishes to showcase your new creations.
Looking to master everyone’s favourite brekkie cheese, halloumi? Look no further than Tramshed’s Express Holy-loumi Curds and Bubbles masterclass. In just under 2 hours discover the basics to creating the oh-so-squeaky cheese halloumi, with bubbles in-hand. The best bit? You’ll walk away with 250g of your own halloumi to enjoy with your next serve of smashed avo.
Omnom Cheese’s immersive cheesemaking classes at Tramsheds are on sale now, running through February and March 2020 (with more dates soon to be announced for the rest of 2020). To find out more and to book your spot, click here.
Still looking to get your cheese fix? Check out the new month-long melted cheese festival now-on in Sydney here.