Fondue / 7:00
Fondue. One of the greatest gifts the Swiss have ever given us. Melted cheese, wine and spices. Fondue has been a staple food in the alps in France, Switzerland, Germany and Italy for quite sometime, it was once a fad in the U.S. that got left in somewhat of a culinary limbo on the American table that has people associating it with parties in the ’70s. Fondue is a wonderful communal table meal and we here at Saint James have always been a fan of it. We will be making the traditional Swiss fondue as well as some other alpine variations. Seating will be limited and no large groups please (we only have so many fondue pots). This is always a fantastic event and usually fills up fast. SOLD OUT
Chocolate, Cheese and Champagne / 7:00
We end every year with a special tasting with Bittersweet Confections and Republic National Distribution that is the Chocolate, Cheese and Champagne tasting. Cheryl Scriptner (the owner of Bittersweet) makes hand made chocolates and Beth Kehn-Reinhart chooses champagnes to go with Saint James Cheeses. Gold leaf encrusted chocolate? Truffle filled cheeses? Gigantic bottles of champagne? Cheeses rich in heavy cream? Liquor filled chocolates? If these things sound good to you then you will enjoy this special holiday tasting. Bring someone special and enjoy a real holiday treat! SOLD OUT
about our events
CHEESE SCHOOL POLICIES
YOU MUST HAVE A PRE-PAID RESERVATION TO ATTEND CHEESE CLASS!!!
We cannot accommodate last minute additions and walk-ins as we plan seating and food and beverage amounts according to our reservation numbers.
Due to space limitations, we cannot accomodate parties larger than 6.
When purchasing tickets, please use the comments section to list friends with whom you would like to sit.
We have a 24 hour cancellation policy for reservations to receive a refund. We will not issue refunds for ticket purchases for NO SHOWS to the classes.
We are no longer issuing credits towards other classes for cancellations. See policy above. However, we will honor all outstanding credits.