measure out equal parts dark chocolate and plain goat cheese (6-8 ounces perhaps). in a double boiler, melt dark chocolate (60-75% cocoa, good quality chocolate). in the mean time whip the goat cheese with a few tablespoons of powdered sugar, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, and a ton of fresh lemon zest. once the chocolate has melted, let cool for a minute and then fold into your cheese mixture. chill your truffle filling in the fridge for about an hour (not too much longer, otherwise it will get too hard to work into smooth truffle shapes).
after the filling has chilled, scoop out spoonfulls of the filling and form into small balls, rolling them in your palms until smooth. if this process takes you a while (perhaps you made 100 truffles?)... pop them back in the fridge for another hour to harden.
finally, melt either white or milk chocolate in a double boiler. this will be your outside coating! using either a fork or your fingers, dip each individual truffle into the melted chocolate, shaking off excess drips. you'll work out your own technique as you go. place finished truffles onto wax or parchment paper and let stand at room temperature or chill if you are in a hurry to eat them right away!
completely and utterly the best truffle flavor i've ever made. trust me!