October is American Cheese Month!

If you know one thing about me, it’s that I love cheese! Well, October is American Cheese Month, so let’s celebrate with some fabulous cheeses and some really cool ways of presenting them.

First I’d like to put a plug in for an event at the Villa Park Public Library, in Villa Park, IL. In honor of American Cheese Month they will be offering a program on American Cheeses, facilitated by Meredith Meder, an ACS (American Cheese Society) Certified Cheese Professional. I have attended her programs in the past, and they’re informational and tasty! Call 630-834-1164 to register. There’s a $7.00 tasting fee associated with the class.

 

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Now, next up is the cheese-centric line of products from Boska. One product I’ve read about recently is their Toastabags used to make grilled cheese sandwiches in the toaster. I need to try this one out. There are no crumbs and no mess. I’ve seen pictures of the finished products, and the result looks absolutely yummy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you need to grate your cheese you can go to the Microplane line of products, which I’ve discussed here previously. I’d like to give another shout out to the Master Series Graters with the Walnut wood handle. The Ribbon Grater is perfect for grating ribbons of cheddar cheese for sauces, cheese puffs, and other recipes.

 

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And what will you cut your cheese on? You need a cutting board, and where better to go than Duluth-based Epicurean. Their cutting boards are beautiful and functional. They are: dishwasher safe, heat resistant to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, knife friendly, made of non-porous wood fiber, and have a limited lifetime warranty. Take a look at some of their designs.

 

 

 

 

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Finally, to store your artisan cheeses, we have The Cheese Vault, by Capabunga. It’s a one of a kind, reusable way to store cheese. It is made of food-grade silicone, which allows the cheese to remain fresh and delay mold.

 

Happy American Cheese Month, everybody!

 

 

 

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