What was your most memorable moment in cheese in 2011?
What cheese blew away your taste buds? What was your cheesiest experience in the past year? What cheese did you come to love? Which cheesemonger did you come to cherish? When you think of cheese, what was the highlight of 2011?
It’s a new contest for cheese lovers that starts today!
Click here to submit your memorable moment. Contest closes December 31. Entries will be judged by members of the organizing committee for the 2012 Great Canadian Cheese Festival. Winners will be announced here on January 5 and published soon thereafter.
The first 25 entries will each receive a complimentary ticket to the Artisan Cheese & Fine Food Fair that takes place on June 2 and 3 during The Great Canadian Cheese Festival in Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Creamy and powerful, Époisses Berthaut is an extraordinary cheese from Burgundy in France. It’s a washed-rind cow’s milk cheese with a natural red tint and it’s own rich and penetrating aroma to which it owes its renown. The mouth waters at the mere thought . .
Époisses Berthaut is distributed by Glen Echo Fine Foods and available at the following Ontario locations while supplies last:
483 Church Street, Toronto
Alan’s Butcher Shop
122 Athol Street, Whitby
Burbs Bistro & Bar
1900 Dixie Road North, Pickering
Caren’s Wine & Cheese Bar
158 Cumberland Street, Toronto
Herma’s Gift Shop
5316 Hwy. 28, R.R. #2, Port Hope
2021 Yonge Street, Toronto
260 Dupont, Toronto
1539 Avenue Road, Toronto
The Art of Cheese
925 Kingston Road, Toronto
510 Michigan Avenue, Point Edward
The Milky Whey
118 Ontario Street, Stratford
The Passionate Cooks
68 Brock Street West, Uxbridge
Vincenzo’s Fine Foods
150 Caroline Street South, Waterloo
*Anyone can enter the contest but prizes will be awarded only to residents of Canada.