OTTAWA, Wednesday, November 9, 2016 — It’s sharp, it’s creamy, it’s old, it’s blue — discover all the reasons to love cheese at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum’s latest food series, For the Love of Cheese! During the month of November, join in daily demonstrations and weekend activities showcasing the culinary diversity of everyone’s favourite food — cheese!
Cheesy Tuesdays is a series of fun evening workshops celebrating artisan cheese and all things local. In addition to learning from local wine and cheese sommeliers, guests can stock up for the holidays at the cheese boutique, join Ottawa’s largest raclette and fondue rave, and enjoy food pairings with local wine, beer, and cider. All activities are presented in partnership with Savvy Company.
Tuesday, November 15: Wine-and-Cheese with a TWIST (Hosted by Savvy Company)
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Tickets: $45 per person, $80 per couple — each person receives a bottle of wine, a wine-tasting glass, and a cheese sample to take home
Tuesday, November 22: Holiday Cheese Boutique (Hosted by Savvy Company)
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Tickets: $20 per person — ticket includes a cooler tote, complimentary glass of wine, and a wine-tasting glass
Tuesday, November 29: Raclette and Fondue Farm Rave (Hosted by Savvy Company)
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Tickets: $45 per person, $80 per couple — ticket includes raclette and fondue tasting, charcuterie, and dessert
Event details here.
“Canadian cheese is recognized as some of the best in the world. The Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is excited to launch a brand new series of special events, workshops, and recipes to celebrate this delicious food, as part of the Museum’s food literacy programming.”
- Alex Benay, President and CEO, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation
About the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Canada’s unique agricultural heritage and future are celebrated at the Museum. Explore the sights and sounds of farm life through the animal barns, exhibitions, treasures from the collection, hands-on activities, and food demonstrations. The Museum is located on the Central Experimental Farm, a 425-hectare crop research station and National Historic Site, just minutes from Parliament Hill by car and steps from the Rideau Canal, and the Ornamental Gardens and Dominion Arboretum. For more information, please visit cafmuseum.techno-science.ca.