Where you get your Farm Cheese for the Hungarian Cheesecake?

Question: Hi…loving your book!! I would like to know where you get your farm cheese for the Hungarian Cheesecake? Thanks for all your wonderful recipes; I’m from a Jewish family from Philadelphia and have been in Sydney for the last 42 years. There are many dishes I recognise and remember and am having fun making them again!

Answer: A lot of people making the Hungarian Cheese Cake (Eva Grunstein) have asked about Farm cheese. It is a type of cottage cheese in a block form and is available from David Jones food hall or a good continental deli/shop (possibly Norton Street Grocer). A brand that we have used is Brancourts.

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