As the creator and owner of Fromagerie Sophie, I know how daunting creating cheese platters and pairings can be for our guests when they are at home.
July 25 is National Wine & Cheese Day! The best day of the year, in our opinion. We’re celebrating with some of our favorite cheese ladies in Paso Robles Wine Country.
This is what is written on a sign hung on the back of the prep area door at Fromagerie Sophie in charming downtown San Luis Obispo: “Cheese, Cheese, Meat, Cheese…Every customer is to receive: 1. A taste of a cheese 2. A taste of another cheese 3. A taste of a meat 4. A taste of another cheese”
On est gâtés ! What a treat! I love cheese shops and one of my favorites is Fromagerie Sophie in San Louis Obispo, California. Check out what Sophie cooked up for National Grilled Cheese Day:
Fromagerie Sophie, a European-inspired cheese shop in San Luis Obispo, offers an array of cheeses from around the world.
The most magical experience we had in San Luis Obispo was watching the sunset on Terrace Hill while sipping wine and eating cheese from Fromagerie Sophie.
Cheese. Wheel. Cake. Consider it your "something old" and quite possibly, depending on your funk preference, "something blue."
Learning the language of cheese isn't easy. As Americans, most of us haven't been exposed to a lot of cheese and don't know what to do when it smells "bad", feels funny and tastes even funkier.
Ladies and gentlemen, cheese-mongers and lactose lovers, this is your flight attendant speaking. On behalf of Good Cheese from Around the World, we thank you for flying with Fromagerie Sophie today.
Airing this week on California Life with Heather Dawson – we’ll introduce you to a California couple that turned their love for cheese and each other into a delicious career with Fromagerie Sophie – a quaint European inspired cheese shop in downtown San Luis Obispo.
When I found out that today, October 9th, is Moldy Cheese Day, well, I had to do it justice with a feature about an artisan cheese shop in San Luis Obispo that came on my radar during a recent trip to California’s Central Coast wine region.
1. Wine. 2. Cheese. 3. Wine. That is the secret to tasting wine and cheese! It may seem ridiculously obvious but it works!