Tuesday May 29th, 6:30pm
The French Cheese Board is a studio devoted to all things French Cheese. Conceived as an idea lab, it is a space for consumers and trade members to discover the diversity and richness that France has to offer through a series of interactive showings and events. The new home to French Cheese in New York, we blend the culinary arts with contemporary art installations, meshing lifestyle, art, cheese and more. We put art and design at the forefront of modernity, development, and innovation.
We invite artists, designers, chefs, and researchers to work together on projects related to French cheese and the nutrition of today and tomorrow. The French Cheese Board provides a platform for the exchanging of ideas, for education, and for the celebration of French cheese.
Really enjoyable class! Very informative about the types of cheeses and how cheese is made, and why it's so important in France. Also a great tasting and selection. My only recommendation would be to let everyone stay a bit longer after the class to eat the cheese leisurely and hang out. We felt a bit rushed to clear out after the end of the session. Would have been nice to just take our time!
Cara was a fantastic host. We loved the class and can't wait to do it again!
I really enjoyed this class as did my husband. The atmosphere was very fun- starting with a glass of wine and a friendly yet intimate group of folks. It was very educational about cheeses and cheesemaking, interspersed with tasting various cheeses. A great way to spend an evening after work!
Loved learning - and tasting throughout the class. Mary is super knowledgeable and engaging! Would definitely recommend.
Really great! Tasty cheese and informative instructor. 10/10 would do it again.
Lots of fun, very informative and delicious cheeses!
Lovely class! Excited to come back and eat more delicious cheese!
Was a bit boring. Expected more detail about different types of cheese but it was more about the speaker's time in France and how great it was there.
Loved the class, there was a PowerPoint presentation could have been shorter. Perhaps show some video of the cheese making and have more visual aids so the PowerPoint does not become dull.
It was informative and fun.