Georgetown class to put cheese center stage

June 10, 2018 by  

In many corners of the world, cheese is a popular food either on its own or as part of a larger dish, and a Georgetown event will give those who take part a chance to experience its seven styles for themselves.

Stanzeski’s Cheese, Wine and Charcuterie has planned an event that will turn members of the public into cheese aficionados. The students will also be treated to treats that will have been specially selected to accompany each of the offerings.

The participants in the session will be led through an overview of the history of cheese, and after this, they will learn about the processes used in crafting the different styles. They will also get to try them and learn what makes them different from one another.

This class will run for one and a half hours, and is open to anyone who age 18 and up. There are only a limited number of seats available, and those who plan on attending are asked to leave any outside food or drinks at home. Stationery printers will be able to supply any handouts or extra learning materials for an event like this.

These exploration of the seven varieties of cheese, how they are made, and how they can be used will be held on July 11. Anyone who wants more information has been asked to refer to the event’s online listing.

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