Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Ricotta is perhaps the simplest cheese: all you really need is milk or whey, heat, acid and a strainer.
Super easy to make, much better than shop-bought and has the wow factor of, “yeah, I made my own cheese too”.
The easiest cheese to make at home, ricotta is also way tastier than store-bought if you make it yourself.
An attempt to make cheese slightly healthier with a recipe for low fat ricotta.
Tender and creamy, the homemade ricotta pictured here is dressed with just a drizzle of olive oil, bright lemon zest, black pepper and flaky sea salt.
You can make your own ricotta cheese quickly and easily -- and turn it into a delicious cheesecake, too!
Farmer cheese, and its cousin paneer, is by far the simplest cheese to make - you don't need rennet, it doesn't need to age, and there are only two ingredients.
Got milk? Got vinegar? Great - let's make some cheese!
In which I make homemade mozzerella and ricotta with the fanciest of tools - a thermometer and my hands.
NPR's Kitchen Window hops on the DIY bandwagon, featuring recipes for mustard, gravlax, ricotta and a Nutella-like spread.
Ever wondered what to do with the leftover whey when making cheese? Well here is a recipe to make more cheese! A recipe to make whey ricotta at home.