Cheese Tasting Class at A Toute Heure

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What are you doing on December 8th? Probably stressing about the holidays and everything you need to get done, right? So why not take a breather and treat yourself to an Artisan Cheese Tasting class at A Toute Heure? The class is from 4-6pm and costs $75. The class will be led by Saxelby Cheesemongers (aka top-notch cheese experts), and you can bring beer or wine to pair with the cheese. All of the information is below. If you go let me know how it is!

American Artisan Cheese Tasting Class at a toute heure
a toute heure teams up with Saxelby Cheesemongers to preview new cheeses

WHAT: Few food and drink combinations are as festive and romantic as the age-old pairing of wine and cheese. But, for most, navigating the cheese aisle is an intimidating feat when hosting a holiday wine and cheese party. Just in time for the holiday season, a toute heure is here to help. Join a toute heure on Sunday, Dec. 8th, for a tasting of new seasonal cheeses released by esteemed American Artisan Cheesemakers. Learn how to impress your guests this year by getting to know more about these unique cheeses from small producers who farm sustainably with respect for land and animals.

Saxelby Cheesemongers, a toute heure’s monger for more than six years and some of the finest cheese experts in NYC, will lead the class. Saxelby Cheesemongers is based out of Essex Street Market in the East Village and works with select artisan, small batch cheesemakers throughout the U.S.

Guests will sample five cheeses, and all board items will be paired with house-made breads. Bring your favorite beer or wine to sample with the day’s offerings.

WHEN: Sunday, December 8th 4pm – 6pm

WHERE: a toute heure
232 Centennial Ave
Cranford, NJ 07016
atouteheure.com
908.276.6600

COST: $75/person per class. This is a very special tasting and seating is limited, so please register via phone or email to reserve your seats. Phone: 908.276.6600; Email: atouteheure@me.com.

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