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  • Cutting soft cheese can be a frustrating task because the cheese easily sticks to the blade of the knife. With this Cheesy Knife, a knife with holes in the blade, there will be very little problem cutting soft or semi-soft cheese. A high quality stainless steel knife makes a cheese presentation complete.... MORE INFORMATION
  • Le Guillotin from Reypenaer has been developed to enable you to cut beautiful slices of cheese, Reypenaer or Reypenaer VSOP at the table; and of course you can cut other hard cheeses as well. Le Guillotin is a cutting board with a sharp blade that can be moved over a clamp, so that thin slices can be cut through the rind. Slices give the finest experience of the taste, the aroma, the texture, the ... MORE INFORMATION
  • Black is beautiful and so is this slate board. Black may not be the appropriate color, as it is dark grey, rather than black, but beautiful nevertheless. Made in the US, from real, natural North American black slate. This cheese or meat board has a deep, beautiful, and subtle variegated dark grey hues and bands of varying thickness throughout, which can be seen when the slate catches the light. ... MORE INFORMATION
  • These beautiful coasters will give your table the finishing touch. Made from American slate that is sourced from a family quarry in upstate New York; an area is world famous for producing slate roofs and other residential, industrial, and commercial products for more than a century. The coasters are packed in sets of 4; they are at least 3/8 inches thick and approx. 4 x 4 square. Each coaster has ... MORE INFORMATION
  • These wooden boards are really something special, an elegant way to bring the outdoors indoors. Boska's Bark Boards are made from Ash wood; the shape and the bark on the edges give these board their beautiful, natural appearance. Use these small boards for one cheese, one sausage or when you like to serve a small appetizer. Whatever you decide, you know that you will have something special. The si... MORE INFORMATION
  • Maple Cheese Grilling Planks give a delicate smoky flavor to brie, cheddar, and other cheeses. Maple Grilling Planks create a buttery-rich, nutty flavor with a slightly sweet note to compliment your cheese of choice. The directions are: Soak – Heat – Smoke - Eat: Soak the plank under water for at least 1 hour (before every use) Heat the grill to 350 degrees F, add soaked plan to the grill rack, cl... MORE INFORMATION
  • Wrap your favorite seafood, meats, vegetables, and fruit in Cedar Papers. Place on hot grill grates or in a grill pan and watch your dish steam to perfection while a subtle smoky flavor is infused. These Cedar Papers are made with 100% all natural western red cedar which provides the best flavor and complements a variety of foods. Five or six minutes is all it takes to cook a delicious meal. The d... MORE INFORMATION
  • When you serve a Tete de Moine and not all the cheese is consumed by the end of the evening or day, you need to keep the cheese in your refrigerator and store it well. This cheese dome is perfect for that; it fits on base of the cheese curler. This way the cheese retains its delicious taste and does not dry out under the plastic cover.... MORE INFORMATION
  • This small cute square ceramic cheese fondue pot is a wonderful item for a cheese fondue for the two of you. Equally perfect for a chocolate fondue as a dinner dessert. Just use fresh fruits, like strawberries, apple, pear and banana, or dried fruit like apricots, ginger, apple. When you think a little bit outside the fondue pot, you can use this item also for keeping sauces warm during your barbe... MORE INFORMATION
  • We absolutely love this Red Slate Cheese Board; it is the result of a a collaborative effort from Brooklyn graphic designer Sean Tice and Parsons graduate student Kristy Hadeka. Can you image how your gourmet cheese selection would look on this warm deep colored rustic cheese board. Red slate is more rare than black or gray, but there is no difference in quality or strength. These wonderful slate ... MORE INFORMATION
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