The U.S. now produces more cheese than any other country; fortunately, we have moved well beyond individually wrapped orange slices. Throughout the country we find some of the finest crafted cheeses of all sorts, from fresh and creamy to hard and rich, spanning every type, including soft ripened, washed rind, and blue, using a variety of milks as w
Flex your new cheese know-how the next time you're at a cheese counter! Impress all your friends with your vast knowledge of all kinds of cheeses and how to pair them perfectly with other foods and drinks. Do you love cheese? Of course. Do you want to know more about it? Of course. Cheese 101 is the best place to start--hey, even some of best chees
This class is perfect for students who want to know the perfect cheese and wine combination that would complement each other's taste and spirit. Do you love cheese and wine? Here's a perfect chance to sit in a room and taste how cheese and wine both change as you eat and sip them together. Through an array of international cheeses and white, red, r
Students will learn about what makes wine different while also discovering your own preferences. This event was used to be called 20 Wines, 10 Cheeses, 1 Night. Numerous runs of this course, however, proved that this was simply overkill, more so for the students. Fear not, the spirit of it is the same, and it is an exciting event to attend to.
Join us as we pair must-have American beauties with the oenological flavors of the centuries, creating intercontinental pairings that will prove to be out of this world! Can the relative newcomers of the artisan American cheese world hold their own against the tried-and-true heavy hitters of European wine? We think so! We'll sip wines from France,
Join us for this moveable feast of sorts with our first installment on “Scotch Whisky & Cheese”. This class will demonstrate how well Whisky and Cheese goes together by pairing the great world class spirits of Compass Box Whisky Co. with the amazing cheeses of Stinky Bklyn.
For those who favor Italian cheese you'll have a chance to learn to make a creamy ricotta and the classic staple, mozzarella. We are offering a specialty course in cheesemaking so you can not only navigate the cheese shops of New York better, but so that you can create them at home. You will discuss the properties of goat milk, rennet, curd,
Come viva la vita italiana with a tasting of the country’s finest cheeses, charcuterie, and more. Dive into the cultures and flavors of each region as you taste both the products that made them famous and the lesser-known delicacies that deserve some time in the spotlight. Taste an umami-laden pecorino alongside floral honey, and a Parmigiano-Reg
This class will literally (and figuratively) pit the most popular grapes of California against those from France, just like in the movies. A tutorial about the hallmarks, labels, & styles of Napa, Sonoma, Santa Barbara & other regions side-by-side with an exploration of Burgundy and Bordeaux. A tasting of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Caberne
Of equal importance, this class will address the basics of reading labels and other essentials in order to give you a deeper, more inherent understanding of these delicious products of nature. French wines ooze intimidation; the language, no grape listed anywhere in sight, countless vineyards and producers, and all this at often exorbitant prices.
We love beer. Like a lot. And if you haven't already figured it out, we're also pretty into cheese. Don't get us wrong, wine's great--but beer and cheese is a match made in fermented heaven. We'll discuss origins of styles and pairings of both cheese and beers. Oh, and we'll also drink. And eat. Obviously.
The history of humanity’s favorite spirit reaches as far back as its favorite food, cheese. Come learn what makes them the perfect partners while sipping up the knowledge of what makes whiskey so tempting. From the Isle of Jura to the lowlands of Kentucky, you'll learn how to analyze what you taste and know what makes each whiskey so special.
Make your very own tasty mozzarella at home. Learn all the techniques professional cheese makers use to create all different styles of fresh mozzarella. Mild and milky, smooth and silky - any way you stretch it, we love fresh mozzarella. In this hands-on crash course, we'll teach you how to make it at home. First we'll set you straight on coagulat
In this class, students will learn food and wine pairing, some rules, some traditions and how to step outside them whenever they care to. You could sample a new Spanish wine every night of the year and still not experience all the variety that this country produces. Each region has their own specialty. Rioja creates smoky, earthy, subtle reds with
You’ll not only learn about the various micro-climates and soils found in the region, but you’ll also learn which cheesy cuisines bring out the spicy, the unctuous, the sweet and silky flavors of each oil. Join us for our first-ever organoleptic exploration into all things olive oil. We will take your tastebuds to Italy, Spain, and beyond as yo