Saturday, September 11, 2010

Cheese, Planes and a Giveaway

I use my cheese plane on an almost daily basis. I also tasted cheese from Wisconsin Cheese at the IFBC reception in Seattle at the end of August.

They offered unusual pairings with Wisconsin Cheese. Roth's Private Reserve cow's milk cheese paired with chocolate covered cherries was sour, salty, sweet and bitter all at once. The crunch from the dried apple slices played counterpoint to the fruity Sartori Reserve cheese. Popcorn and a 4-year cheddar was whimsical. And the sweet note at the end was the Hook's Blue with the caramelized brittle.

Wisconsin Cheese is launching a new website called Favorite Foods with Chef Michael Symon. You can see Chef Michael Symon in action in a new webisode series from Wisconsin Cheese, including recipes with each episode. Check it out.

Giveaway starts Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time and ends on September 17, 2010 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. 10 winners will be chosen using

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Anonymous said...

I'm subscribed to the RSS feed :)

Lynda said...

Nice pictures. I love any kind of cheese. I tweeted.

nive said...

Thanks for this giveaway...I follow you via GFC...

Lynda said...

I would love to win a cheese planer. This cheese sounds tasty. I follow you on twitter and I retweeted.

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