This webinar is now on demand to watch at your convenience as the live date has passed. Increase your enjoyment of cheese with this fascinating online masterclass. Discover what to look for when buying cheese and how to taste it. Find new favourites and learn how to put together a cheeseboard for summer dining with this online masterclass in association with the experts at the Academy of Cheese, https://academyofcheese.org/.
This class was broadcast live on Wednesday June 23 at 6pm. Find out how to select, pair and cook with cheese for your everyday needs or a special occasion.
What's in the masterclass?
This hour-long pre-recorded webcast will help you understand and develop your enjoyment of cheese – from learning how it is made, to understanding how to pick the best ones for you, followed by a 30-minute Q&A.
Your masterclass itinerary
In this pre-recorded webinar, Sam Wilkin – cheese expert and trainer with the Academy of Cheese – and BBC Good Food’s Group magazine editor and cheese enthusiast, Keith Kendrick, will enhance your knowledge of cheese immeasurably, guiding you through the complex flavours and aromas that makes each one unique. You will be introduced to some stunning British artisan cheeses and discover tips on everything from wine and cheese pairings, how to store it and the best varieties for summer picnics and outdoor parties
They’ll be tasting and discussing four different styles of cheeses, which you can find in cheesemongers if you’d like to taste along:
Examples include: Yorkshire Fettle, goat’s curd, mozzarella
Cheeses with additives
Examples include: Quicke’s elderflower cheddar, truffle Gloucester, cornish Gouda with cumin
Examples include: Appleby’s Cheshire, Kirkham’s Lancashire, Old Roan Wensleydale
Examples include: Beauvale, Burt’s Blue and Perl Las
The recording of the presentation is available to all who purchase to watch up to 10 times.
Want to get a head start?
Download the Academy of Cheese flavour wheel and get introduced to five simple flavours which will help you with your tasting knowledge. https://academyofcheese.org/lp/cheese-tasting-model/