Winter Artisan Cheese Fair at Cheese Plus (Tasting #30)


 

Here is the latest at the Cheese Plus for all of you local cheeselovers.

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Winter Artisan Cheese Fair
Saturday, February 20th at Cheese Plus

It’s all things cheesy on Saturday, February 20th from 1 – 5PM at Cheese Plus. We’re hosting our 2nd annual Winter Artisan Cheese Fair with your favorite cheesemakers and cheese authors on-site.

We’ll be preparing our special Cheese Plus Fondue just for you and sampling dozens of cheeses from across the country! Rain or shine we’ll pack the store with great cheesemakers and authors from 1-5PM on Saturday, February 20th – don’t miss out!

Here’s a sneek peak:

Max McCalman – Maître Fromager and Dean of Curriculum at Artisanal Cheese, NYC and author of Mastering Cheese: Lessons For Connoisseurship from a Maître Fromager.

Dee Harley – Owner of Harley Farms Goat Dairy in Pescadero. Our favorite local goat producer.

Ari Weinzweig – Co founder of Zingerman’s Deli and Community of Businesses in Ann Arbor, Michigan and author of Zingerman’s Giude to Good Eating, and Zingerman’s Guide to Better Bacon.

Sheana Davis – Owner of Delice de Vallee and host of the Sonoma Valley Cheese Conference.

Sid Cook – Owner of Carr Valley Cheese Co. in Wisconsin, makers of Cave Aged Marisa Aged Sheep Milk Cheese.

Gordon Edgar – The Big Cheese at Rainbow Grocery Coop and author of Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge.

Mateo Kehler – Owner of Jasper Hill Farm in Vermont and maker of Winnimere – an American Vacherin Mont d’Or style washed rind.

Time Welsh – Owner of Beehive Cheese in Utah and maker of Barely Buzzed Coffee and Lavender rubbed cheese.

Our Special Cheese Plus Fondue Sampling throughout the afternoon, and so much more.

So mark your calendar today for Saturday, February 20th from 1 – 5 PM at Cheese Plus.

*All author books will be reduced 20% for the book signing on Saturday, February 20th during the event.

Food for Humanity
Haitian Relief at Cheese Plus

Certainly you have heard of the devastating loss from last month’s 7.0 Earthquake in Haiti. More than 80,000 people have died, and as many as 200,000 are feared dead while more than 2 million people are left homeless – that’s as many people as live in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. As the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere with residents living on less than $2 per day, there simply are not enough resources there to keep up with the demands of rescue, recovery and repair. The need for aid remains, and aftershocks continue with a 4.6 quake earlier this week. The devastation is heartbreaking.

 

Here at Cheese Plus we are offering an opportunity for you to donate to the relief efforts while shopping at the store. We purchased a few cases of fresh California Olive Ranch Arbequina Olive Oil and will donate 100% of the sales to Doctors Without Borders. We estimate about $1000 in relief donations from the sales of the oil, and if you’d like to donate more, let us know and we will scan your bottle of oil as many times as you’d like to make a donation.

 

Thank you for your support and compassion.
Thanks for subscribing to our email newsletter. And an extra special thanks for supporting independent business in San Francisco! Your support provides sustainability during these changing times, and keeps traditional and authentic food on our tables and in our conversations.

See you in the aisles,

-Ray

*This post belongs to this week’s edition of Wine by Cush Magazine blog and published early in World of Cush also.

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