Casallula Cheese and Wine Caf, in Manhattan, has incredible cheeses. But, even better, they have concocted yummy creations
to pair with the cheeses. Jordan Reid, from nonsociety.com, shows us in better bites.
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Audra Lowe: Do you like cheese? Then we have got the perfect place for you. Casallula cheese and wine café in Manhattan has some incredible cheeses but even better they have concoct this in yummy creations to pain with the cheeses. Jordan Reid from nonsociety.com shows us in today’s better bites.
Jordan Reid: Whenever I have guess over, I always put out a platter of cheese. Why not, it is easy, it is quick and everybody likes cheese but I never really knew which cheeses to pick or have them make some really interesting in compliments to go with them. So today I head it over to Casallula in New York City to figure out how to put together a cheese platter with some real—. So the best way to put together cheese platter is to arrange your cheese from mildest to strongest. You guess to know what they are getting and if they the mild or something, go to the last. So first here we have a fresh goat’s milk cheese and this is crusted with tarragon and peppercorns and this is really a light delicate cheese, everyone is going to like this one. And it serve with the red cherry reduction and how you will this, is you take the red cherries and wine and vanilla and sugar and just cook it down until it is all nice and syrupy and it is really nice as we contrast a little pick up on the herbs.
Over here we have a cow’s milk cheese and this is from Wales and this one is going to have a bit more of a bite to it. This probably in my personal favorite and you serve this with some roasted mushrooms. I would use porcini oyster mushrooms to be good and you just toast them in olive oil, a little salt, a little pepper in time you put them into oven until they are nice and smoky. And then the last cheese over here, this is a blue cheese Oregon and this is going to be your sharpest cheese since it is the more adventurous palates and this is serve with a brown sugar fudge to pick up on just provide a sweet contrast to a sharper cheese, and the way you make this brown sugar fudge it is so easy, you just take milk and butter, you melt it down, you add the brown sugar and you let it set, done. So easy, so quick and so delicious. Now I just have to plan a party.
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