More Food Science: Drexel And Di Bruno Bros Are Hosting A Cheese Seminar
For you cheese-lovers out there who want to step up your passion for cheese-eating and become full-time connoisseurs, check out this upcoming Cheese Seminar at Drexel on April 23.
Sure, you all probably claim your love for cheese and the impossibility of living without it, but do you really know anything about the science behind it? If not, than you’re in luck because author and scientist Michael Tunick is holding The Science of Cheese lecture during the event–perfect for those who have always wondered why there are holes in Swiss cheese?
During the event, you can also check out a cheese demonstration hosted by Sue Miller from Birchrun Hills Cheese. But of course, no cheese seminar would be complete without a tasting. Join Emilio Mignucci of Di Bruno, Jason Malumed of Chalkboard Wine and Spirits and Mary Grace Hodge of Flying Fish for a cheese and beverage discussion and tasting.
Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management and Di Bruno Bros. are hosting the event, which helps fund culinary scholarships at Drexel. The event is $55 per person and takes place at the Academic Bistro at 101 N 33rd Street. The seminar begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m.
To purchase your tickets, click here.