Cheesy Things to Give this Holiday Season
So, this holiday season, why not help all your friends and family to become
your loved ones are equipped with the essentials for enjoying cheese on the regs.
This is the only holiday appetizer recipe you need:
sweet dates stuffed with Montchevre truffle goat cheese and
cloaked in bacon, juicy with smoky, porky fat.
Not only will they overshadow all of the other Thanksgiving foods,
but they’ll also make everyone feel a little more grateful.
‘Tis the season for gatherings and parties with friends, co-workers, and family.
The cooling temps are a good time to feast on lots of cheese to warm your soul and your tummy.
Here’s a couple suggestions for delicious and cheesy holiday appetizers bites that you can bring to any fête.
They all look really impressive, but they’re super quick and easy to assemble.
Enjoy with Cheesemas carols and a spiced winter ale or Champagne.
There are so many cheesy gift guides circling the internet right now but they’re mostly filled with kitschy knick knacks rather than the useful tools a cheese lover really needs. I mean, this hot cheese gun is amazing, but it’s not necessary. The season of giving is a chance to give the people you love what they need to get the most out of their cheese experiences. Now’s the time to fulfill the cheesy needs of all your loved ones with this essential cheese lover’s gift guide.
Click the images to purchase and get that shit checked off your list.
Happy holiday shopping!
Thanksgiving is coming up, and a big, festive cheese platter is the perfect way to show gratitude for delicious food and all the loved ones
gathered around you. It’s also a good time to ball out with a killer cheese board that everyone will thank you for.
It’s a lot easier to put together an impressive spread than you think.
Here’s how to build a holiday cheese plate in 5 simple steps.
I started my cheese-mas celebrating on Wednesday, when my dear friend Adrienne was visiting her homeland of Chicago from Los Angeles. We broke into the holy grail of Christmas cheese, Rush Creek Reserve. This is one of those cheeses that curd nerds look forward to all year long. It’s a young cheese with a goopy texture, a fragrant orange rind, and a wreath of spruce bark that encircles the wheel. The paste is rich, silky, and tastes of freshly rendered bacon fat. We ate it with warm multigrain bread from Publican Quality Bread (my favorite baker), cornichons, and local Granny Smith apples wrapped in bacon from Butcher Larder (my favorite butcher shop). We destroyed the whole wheel in about five minutes.
Here are my favorite cheesy, sexy, or gothy picks to help you with your holiday gift giving this year. It’s very food and booze heavy, with an emphasis on local, artisan goods. I hope you enjoy.
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