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What Tools Do You Need to Serve Your Wine With a Cheese Server?
When you're out shopping for your next catering service, you may find that the cheese service section of your menu is lacking in marketing. This might be because it hasn't been thought of as a marketing opportunity yet. Before you dismiss this section of your menu, consider how effective cheese service can be to enhance sales. It's an easy way to attract new customers and draw them into your kitchen as soon as they notice the wonderful taste and presentation.
If you want to get creative when you serve food, consider taking your cheese service one step further. One thing that you want to make sure you do is not get the same kind of topping on all the different cheeses that you serve. In other words, you want to give your guests something new and interesting every time. That means you should think outside of the box.
If you have decided to serve different kinds of cheese, you'll have plenty of variety when you choose from the many cheese servers that are available. You can get them in wine form or as a bottle. There are even choices for soy, carrot, and blue cheese topping. Of course, you get to choose the flavor with your cheese server as well. You might even get a little adventurous and offer wine along with your regular offering. That will draw even more attention.
You can also have wine served with your basic breaded cheese server. That will draw even more attention to your party. There are a number of ways that wine can be used as a complementary element in a meal. Wine is a perfect compliment to cheese. Since wine can enhance the flavor of the whole meal, you can use wine as a serving vessel for a delicious meal. It will draw even more attention to your party.
What if you're focusing on a particular cheese for your cheese server? Perhaps you're focusing on Swiss cheese. You might find it difficult to find wine to go with it. In that case, you could opt for a simple stainless steel serving platter to go with your Swiss cheese. Wine goes with cheddar as well as with provolone.
What if you have a particularly good bottle of wine? You could focus on that and serve it as the wine serving vessels for your cheese. You could also focus on red wine as the main beverage being served with your cheese. The combinations are endless.
You might also consider using champagne to serve with your cheese. You could do this using a decanter instead of a serving cup and with a simple twist of serving it with cheesecloth. This will draw even more attention to your party and provide your guests with an enjoyable experience of drinking wine while enjoying the unique flavors of the cheeses.
Whatever you decide to serve as your wine server, remember to look for one that suits the occasion. For example, a bottle of wine and cheese would be a fantastic combination. However, you need to remember that you are looking for a server that matches the type of wine you are providing. If you are serving wine for a crowd of older people at your party, you need something that is a bit more sturdy. This will help keep your food from getting ruined as well as protect the cheese from becoming cold.
Cheesecloth is a great option for holding onto your wine serving vessel while using a cheese server. This is because cheesecloth acts as both a shield and a handle so you can easily transfer your cheese to and from your wine glass without having to worry about it getting messy. Cheesecloth will also help you avoid having your wine spill on the floor. Using a tablecloth to serve your cheese will help you prevent this problem as well. It will also allow you to set up a buffet without worrying about your precious dining tableware.
If you are using a traditional server, you will want to use a cork-puller to lift the cork off of your cheese server. In order to do this you will need to have your coasters handy in order to catch the leaking cheese. When you pull the cork out, you will need to wipe it off of the wine glass in order to prevent any residue from getting on your drink. Then you will simply use the cork puller in order to remove the cheese from the wine server.
Now that you know what types of tools you are going to need in order to make and serve a nice bottle of wine with a cheese server you can get started right away. Just make sure that you buy the best cork puller that you can afford. Also make sure that you purchase quality wine glasses from your retailer or wine supplier. Then you can finally start enjoying the variety of different wines that you can offer your guests with a cheese server. Happy drinking!