YUMM! We are always in the mood for delicious, warm brie cheese, and this is the best way to warm it up! f you remove brie from the oven too soon, it will only stay melted for a few minutes. On the other hand, if it is left in the oven too long it will lose it's beautiful shape and become difficult to handle. Luckily this article shows you the trick!
How To Host A Wine And Cheese Pairing Party: Merlot (Red) : Gouda, Cheddar, Gorgonzola, Gruyere, Jarslberg, Parmesan Pinot Noir (Red): Feta, Gruyere, Monterey Jack, Muenster, Port Salut, Swiss Chardonnay (White): Brie, Camembert, Chévre (goat cheese), Gouda, Provolone Champagne (White, Sparkling): Beaufort, Brie, Cheddar, Chévre, Colby, Edam Dessert Wine (Sweet): Créme Fraîche, Marscapone, blue cheese
Hearing words like "tannins" and "oxidation" may make you feel like you're back in chemistry class, but they're so important to the wines we enjoy on the regular. Don't let them intimidate you, though — getting familiar with wine's most common terms can be as easy as pouring a glass of red at the end of a long day. Brush up on these words, and you'll be moving past "sweet" and "dry" in no time so that when you go wine tasting again, you'll be the pro with all the insider knowledge.