Renowned Fromager James Drakeford, will take you through the basics of cheese making, pairing and more during our "Cheese Tour Around The World."
You will be able to taste, take a journey through history, understand milk types, explore cheese making in the greatest cheese countries of the world, and learn about the basics of pairing cheese with your favorite wines.
THE WORLD OF CHEESE
Date: November 9, 2012 • Time: 6 - 8 PM
Register for this class above • Registration ends November 8, 2012.
Age-old classics and modern Artisanal cheeses. Discover how some of the most exceptional cheeses have been made by families of craftsmen for hundreds of years, and the new wave of hand-crafted cheeses from the U.S.A. Advice will be given on selecting cheeses and presenting the perfect cheese platter.
IMMIGRANT-INSPIRED AND NEW WAVE ARTISAN CHEESES
Date: November 24, 2012 • Time: 4 - 6 PM
Register for this class above • Registration ends November 23, 2012.
Italy is arguably the greatest cheese-producing nation on earth. This nearly 1000 mile peninsula with it's climate and terrain produces an astonishing variety of cheeses. America is the newcomer but shines with its recent resurgence of immigrant-inspired and new wave artisanal cheeses.
FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN MAKE THE BEST OF CHEESE FRIENDS
Date: December 6, 2012 • Time: 6 - 8 PM
Register for this class above • Registration ends December 5, 2012.
They may have fought wars and become friends in the past, but the argument still continues as to who makes the best cheese. You can judge the sublime creamy cheeses of France against the robust earthy cheeses from Great Britain.
CHEESE FROM SPAIN TO NORTHERN EUROPE
Date: December 20, 2012 • Time: 6 - 8 PM
Register for this class above • Registration ends Deember 19, 2012.
There is a world beyond Manchego. Spain's climate leans the cheese-maker towards sheep's milk, but there are other delicious cheeses from the Iberian peninsula. We will also look at Denmark and Holland for surprisingly good cheeses.
CHEESE FONDUE PARTY
Date: December 29, 2012 • Time: 4 - 6 PM
Register for this class above • Registration ends December 28, 2012.
Enjoy cheeses from the Alps, as they are in a world of their own. Whether French, Italian or Swiss, these beauties take their flavor from the grass, herbs and wild flowers that gives the milk it's unique nutty taste and supreme melting quality. At the end, attendees can enjoy a fondue celebration of cheeses.
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