50,00 EUR
19 % VAT incl.
Availability:
more than 4 places left
Location:
G und S Prenzlauer Berg
Dunckerstr. 9
10437 Berlin
Date:
Wednesday 24 July, 2024 at 20:00 h
Language:
English

Seminar and tasting in English
Discover German cheese in english
with Ursula Heinzelmann

Unknown to many, there is more to German cheese than Cambozola, Limburger and Obazda. Much more. But those very fine, artisan cheeses can be difficult to find, as they are made in small quantities and distributed mostly locally. It takes an insider to source them.

During this class, we will travel from the North Sea to the Alps, one cheese after another, and discover unexpected landscapes, stories, and flavors. In the glasses, to go with them: German wine – what else? 

Ursula Heinzelmann

Ursula Heinzelmann

Ursula Heinzelmann aka Heinzelcheese, is an independent scholar and food historian born, bred and based in Berlin, Germany. A trained chef, sommelier and ex-restaurateur, she works as a freelance wine and food writer, specializing in cheese. She has published a number of cookbooks, a food history of Germany, Beyond Bratwurst, as well as several books on cheese, and acted as area editor for the Oxford Companion to Cheese. For many years she served as trustee director of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, and she continues to act as curator of the Cheese Berlin festival.

Photo: Piotr Czaplicki

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Class type:
Seminar and tasting
Facilities:
The cookery school is air-conditioned, aprons are provided, water and welcome drink are included.
Location:
G und S Prenzlauer Berg
Dunckerstr. 9
10437 Berlin
Date:
Wednesday 24 July, 2024 at 20:00 h
Language:
English
Duration:
Generally 2 to 3 hours (no guarantee).
Participants:
max. 14 persons
All prices in EUR incl. VAT and excl. shipping costs.