The corrected May announcement is below
The Joy of Cheese Presents East v. West
American hand crafted cheesemaking has roots in both the East Coast and the West Coast. 30 years later, which coast does it better? Let’s hold a taste-off and find out.
In the second of a six month series of comparisons and contrasts called Taking Sides (which isn’t entirely accurate, you can choose to like both), we will investigate pairs of cheeses from each coast. In this manner, I hope we can begin to gain a sense of the flavor properties that each region exerts on a cheese.
There will be several interesting contrasts including
There will be dark chocolate (probably from a foreign country), fruit (west coast) and two mystery cheeses (which will be from one coast or the other). I am happy to answer questions about these cheeses and about cheese in general
The tastings are Tuesdays May 13th and 20th as well as Thursday May 15th
As always the tastings run from just after 7 until around at 10 Degrees, the wonderful wine and high end spirits bar at
Reservations are a must. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Joy of Cheese blog is up at http://thejoyofcheese.blogspot.com
Next tastings: June 17th, 19th and 24th Taking Sides part three, the cheeses of the American South versus those from the