Origin of cheeseclothso named from being used for wrapping curds in the production of cheese
A coarse, loosely woven cotton gauze, originally used for wrapping cheese.
(countable and uncountable, plural cheesecloths)
- Tall Mouse has a great selection of free Halloween craft patterns that would be great for decorating for a party, from a ghoulish wreath to ghosts made of cheesecloth and witches made of ribbon.
- Once the rice is only slightly moist you can grind it in a blender or grinder and then strain out any moisture through paper towels or cheesecloth.
- This kind of berry requires removing the seeds with a cheesecloth pressing method and throwing away the best part of the blackberry, the pulp.
- Next, strain the contents of the bottle through a cheesecloth, mesh strainer or coffee filter to make sure no bits of rind make it through.
- Place the thyme, rosemary, bay leaf, and cloves in the center of the cheesecloth and pull the corners together to make a small package.