Quick! You’re hosting a group of six for hors d’oeuvres before dinner. Naturally, you choose to serve cheese. But how much is enough, without being too much? A good rule of thumb is four ounces total cheese for each person. So, let’s say you have four cheeses and six guests: 6 bellies x 4 oz. divided by 4 cheeses = 6 oz. (1/3 lb.) of each cheese. Simple, huh? Don’t forget bread/crackers and some nice accompaniments to round out the presentation. And always serve your cheeses at room temperature – an hour out of the fridge will do it.
all-day MarCheese Madness 2017 @ All locations
MarCheese Madness 2017 @ All locations
Mar 18 – Apr 1 all-day
It’s time for our annual MarCheese Madness, where we find out which cheese will be declared the ruler of them all. Visit any Cheesetique location (cheeses are different in each). Taste the competitors and vote for your favorite (they change daily[...]
all-day M.Y.O.B. (Make Your Own Board) M...
M.Y.O.B. (Make Your Own Board) M...
Mar 27 all-day
Want that Epoisses? Been eyeing that Kunik? Heard of Camembert di Bufala?! Now is your chance to try ’em all! This Monday and every Monday from now on we will open our cheese case for[...]