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The minute you walk through the door you'll know you're in a real cheese shop. Many different cheeses to choose from including a great selection of local artisanal cheese, cheese from Quebec and other Canadian provinces, and all your old world favourites. A delicious selection of crackers, olives and chutneys are also found here. The Milky Whey Fine Cheese Shop . . . come in for a taste.

How to Create the Perfect Cheese Board

Putting together a great cheese board is just a matter of making good choices - choose a variety of flavours, texture and colours, and your guests will rave!

Decide on the number of cheeses you want on your board by the number of people you will be sharing it with, for a small crowd of 3 to 7, three cheeses is plenty.  For a catered look, always do odd numbers. There should be some fresh or dried fruit, or a smear of fruit paste to accompany your cheese - and crackers or crusty bread.  A handful of walnuts also works well.  Adding cured meat is also a great idea.

Present the cheeses in different styles, do some cubed or wedged, some slivered and maybe one, just leave as a whole piece for your guests to cut themselves.

As a wine pairing, a Pinot Noir, a Sauvignon Blanc or a dry rosé.

Suggested Cheese Board for 5

  • a generous scoop of C'est Bon chevre drizzled with a hot pepper jelly
  • Monforte Hodgepodge cheddar cut into cubes
  • Stonetown Wildwood cut in triangles with a fig and port delice
  • a handful of walnuts and a few dried black mission figs halved
  • dried chirizo thinly sliced
  • water crackers

 

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“Stratford itself is the type of walkable wholesome town Rodgers and Hammerstein might write a musical about.”

- Amy Alipio, Associate Editor, National Geographic Traveler

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