Make mozzarella and enjoy a culinary feast at the farm

Anvers, Kieldrecht

Learn how to make your own mozzarella and enjoy a culinary feast on a goat farm with farmers Peter and Ann

Rencontrez Peter & Ann
Farmer and Ceramist

4.5 hours initiation with farmers Peter and Ann

Knowledge in the art of mozzarella making

Skills to make your own delicious goats milk dishes

120 €  / personne

Déroulement de l'atelier

Indulge in a deliciously unique experience on Peter and Ann's goat farm.

Join the farmers for a 4.5 hour workshop to discover the art of making mozzarella from goat's milk, while immersing yourself in the daily tasks of a working farm. 

The workshop starts with milking a goat, followed by filtering the milk to make paneer cheese, a delicious appetizer to whet your appetite.

Then, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get hands-on with crafting your very own mozzarella, which you'll later enjoy as the main topping on your very own homemade pizza.

Gather around the fire pit to cook your pizza to perfection, while others make the dough from scratch. Farmer Peter and his wife Ann will guide you through each step of the process!

But it doesn't stop there. You'll also get to indulge in a decadent dessert of homemade ice cream and pancakes, all made with the rich and creamy goat's milk.

With this workshop, you'll not only leave with a newfound appreciation for the hard work of goat farmers, but also with the skills to make your own delicious goat milk dishes. Book now for an unforgettable culinary adventure.

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Informations pratiques


4 - 8 pers.


Privat. possible

11 ans min.

Langues de l'atelier

Cet atelier est animé en English, Nederlands

Rencontrez Peter & Ann.

Escape to the tranquil world of 'Leutiglandleven', where Ann and Peter have been living on the stunning polder near the Land van Saeftinghe for over 35 years. Their charming farm is a hidden gem located on the border between Belgium and the Netherlands, making it the perfect place for nature lovers and anyone seeking a peaceful retreat.

Ann and Peter are passionate about sustainable agriculture, and they welcome you to learn about their farming practices and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. At 'Leutiglandleven', you can indulge in homemade delights such as goat milk, cheese, and jam, all made fresh from the milk and fruits of their farm 'De Leutige Geit'.

Ann is also a gifted ceramist who offers a wide range of classes and creates stunning works of art in her Keramiekatelier that are available for purchase. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist, Ann's classes are a wonderful opportunity to discover the art of RAKU and create your own masterpiece.

But 'Leutiglandleven' is not just about farming and art – it's also a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. You can explore the gardens and admire the ceramic decorations, meet the friendly goats, or simply unwind under the trees with a refreshing local beer or drink from their bar.

Ann and Peter have also worked in the social sector, and Ann is still an energetic life coach and has her own coaching cabinet. Their passion for people and the environment is evident in every aspect of their farm, making it a truly unique and inspiring destination.

Lieu de l'atelier

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