Tuesday, October 27, 2009

The Joy of Chese is Built for Comfort: The November Tastings

No, I'm not talking about my waistline.

In November, The Joy of Cheese will present two tastings built around the theme of comfort cheeses. We're tumbling into autumn and what with cooler, if not downright colder weather, thoughts turn toward heartier cuisines. Our tastings will spotlight rich, full flavored cheeses that melt well or on their own pair with fruitier wines or stronger beers. Here are the details.

November 3rd at 7 at d.b.a Brooklyn: Comfort Cheese and Beers to Match
Please join us at 7 at d.b.a Brooklyn, 113 N. 7th St. (between Berry and Wythe, one and half blocks east of the Bedford Avenue L Stop, just out of Manhattan) for a tasting of six cheeses six beers that are perfect for autumn. Expect sweet Italian mountain cheeses, nutty alpine numbers, and crumbly aged goudas. Ray Deter will choose beers to match and discuss them. Tickets are a mere $20 and available at Brown Paper Tickets, https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/86873

November 17th at 7 at Stella: Built for Comfort
Please join us at 7 at Stella, 213 Front St. (between Peck Slip and Beekman) for the final Joy of Cheese event at Stella in 2009. for two hours, possibly longer, we will sample and discuss nine excellent autumnal cheeses and Peter Jamros will present and detail the pleasures of four spectacularly full wines. Tickets are $40 and available via Brown Paper Tickets, https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/86874

For further details, I'm at TheJoyofCheese@gmail.com.

1 comment:

sutros said...

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