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Brie & Camembert and Other “Bloomy” Rind Cheeses with Wine Pairing – 1:00 – 3:00 pm

May 19, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

$49.00

Brie & Camembert are in a family we call “Bloomy Rinds” and though they are quite complex and delicious in flavor, they really aren’t all that hard to make!  Join Kelly Liebrock, Art of Cheese Instructor and Certified Cheese Professional, to learn lots of tips and techniques for making and aging these cheeses.  While you can use a regular refrigerator for your aging, we recommend setting up a wine fridge or a mini fridge as your “cheese cave” if you can.  You’ll be taking your own mini wheel home with you to age on your own.  We’ll sample some homemade examples as well as one or two professionally made paired with a nice glass of wine.

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Date:
May 19, 2019
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
$49.00
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CLASSES ON DEMAND (for more options CLICK HERE):

BEGINNER LEVEL CHEESES:


CHEVRE & FROMAGE BLANCBUY NOW

FETA: Dry Salted, Brined & Marinated – BUY NOW

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CHEESES:


MOZZARELLA & BURRATABUY NOW

BRIE & CAMEMBERT – BUY NOW


ADVANCED LEVEL CHEESES
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CHEDDAR: FRESH CURDS TO PRESSED & AGED – BUY NOW

BLUE STILTON – BUY NOW

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