Our Grand Opening Is Shaping up to Be a Showstopper

Updated 11.15.2012

Are you ready?

Mark your calendars.

The Cheese Traveler and Tilldale Farm are partnering to bring to you a fantastic lineup of events.

Sunday, November 18, 2012 from 1-6 pm at 540 Delaware Avenue in Albany.

Details are in the works…menu to come…

Here’s a teaser:

1-2 pm “The Tastes of The Capital Region” a cooking demo and tastings by the Chef’s Consortium. Chefs Michael Lapi and Josh Coletto will cook up some seasonal tastes.

2-3 pm “Meet the Cheesemaker” Consider Bardwell Farm of West Pawlett, VT will host a cheese demonstration. The Cheese Traveler will sample from its stock of over 100 cheeses in the cheese case. Consider Bardwell’s cheeses are international award-winners, taking ribbons at the American Cheese Society and World Cheese Championships in the last four years. Their animals rotationally graze on organic pastures to produce the sweetest milk and the tastiest cheese. Their raw milk cheese is antibiotic and hormone free, and nutritionally complete. Rick Reis and Josh Moskowitz of From the Heartland will play.

3-4 pm “Literary Delights and Teatime” featuring readings by local authors Daniel Nestor, Writer, Professor and Director of the MFA program in Creative Writing at the College of Saint Rose, and comedic author of How to Be Inappropriate; Matthew Klane, poet and editor of Flim Forum Press; Alan Casline, poet and director of Rootdrinker Institute; and Mimi Moriarty, poet. Coffee, tea, and pastries catered by All Good Bakers.

4-6 pm “The Heart and Meat of It” Tasting a delectable medley of Fall dishes by Tilldale Farm and MINGLE; acoustic sounds by Mike Grosshandler, guitarist of The Velmas and voted “Best Solo Musician” by Metroland readers, and Tor and the Fjords, finalist for Hudson Valley Songfest’s “Best New Artist” and headliner for the Capital Area Indie Fest 2012.

8 thoughts on “Our Grand Opening Is Shaping up to Be a Showstopper

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