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Cheese Appreciation

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Name: Cheese Appreciation
Date: March 28, 2017
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM CDT
Event Description:
This course will cover the basics of how cheese is made, the science behind cheese flavor, and exploration of various cheese varieties, with special attention given to Wisconsin-made cheese. Participants will learn proper cheese tasting etiquette and how to prepare a cheese board that will be sure to impress. The class will conclude with an artisanal cheese tasting paired with Wisconsin-brewed beer.
Location:
Madison College - West Campus - 8017 Excelsior Dr, Madison, WI 53717
Date/Time Information:
This class meets on Tuesday 3/28/2017 starting at 1:30PM and ending at 4:30PM.
Contact Information:
If you have taken a course with us please call (608)-258-2301 (menu option 2) to register. If you have not taken a course with us please visit www.madisoncollege.edu/student-status to create a student account before registering.
Fees/Admission:
$47.95 Please register in advance for class #62735
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