Thursday, December 10, 2009

President Cheese - Helping You Host The Perfect Party


I have always loved brie cheese. And now I love it even more since President Cheese has come out with their new brie log. It's unique long shape makes it easy to cut, and easy to serve and eat! Slices of the brie log fit perfectly on a cracker - and its thin, edible rind only adds to its rich, creamy deliciousness.

President Brie
is the perfect ingredient for your next holiday party. In fact, presidentcheese.com offers a plethora of information, recipes, and inspiration for your next gathering. There you'll find cheese facts, wine suggestions, party tips, and much more. President Cheese is your partner for easy entertaining.


I was able to sample some President Brie cheese this past weekend at a party I hosted. I was sent a lovely package with Brie Logs, a cheese board that included cheese cutting utensils, a recipe book, placecards, and a few other things that helped me entertain my guests. I did just about the easiest thing with my brie log - served it with crackers and rasberry preserves. Seriously easy, and seriously delicious!

GET YOUR OWN!! Visit the "Where To Buy" section of presidentcheese.com to find a store near you that carries President Cheeses. The new Brie Log retails for around $6.99.

WIN YOUR OWN!! President Cheese would like to give away the same holiday entertaining kit that I received. Its the perfect addition to any entertaining occasion! To enter, visit presidentcheese.com, then comment here telling us an entertaining tip you learned.


For additional entries: (comment once for each entry)
Winner will be randomly chosen and announced 12/17/09. Good luck!!

37 comments:

  1. I learned: The general rule is to plan on a little less than one ounce per person per type if the cheese board is for a cocktail party.

    I always wondered how much to put out!

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  2. Tweeted ~ http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/6524207421

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  3. learned all about how to make a cheese board and man do I love cheese!

    Have I ever told you how much I LURVE brie cheese! 'cause I do, I love it bad! BUT I hate how much it sucks to put on crackers and such, Oh Brie Log how you have fixed all of my problems!

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  4. I love that there are wine suggestions for each cheese they have. Great website!

    Prescott
    prescottjones@insight.rr.com

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  5. I'm a Facebook fan of SIMPLE.

    laura_schipper@yahoo.com

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  6. I learned how to prepare a cheese board for a party as an appetizer.

    laura_schipper@yahoo.com

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  7. I like the wine suggestions...I am always clueless in this department.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  8. It has never occured to me to put out a card with the cheese name on it, and the little cards they provide are very cute! Interesting tip. :o)

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  9. I love the idea of cheese flights! I've had wine flights, but not cheese, and to go from mild to stronger tasting cheeses, makes sense but I wouldn't have thought of it.
    jnieset@yahoo.com

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  10. I learned a lot on the cheese board basics page, like how to properly slice the cheese.
    gray_andrea@hotmail.com

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  11. I love their recipe for Brie Phyllo Torte with Fresh Raspberries

    timmiedeluca@comcast.net

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    http://twitter.com/GabbyLowe/status/6571311906

    tweeted

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    fan on FB-Laura DeLuca

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    follow blog

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  15. Displaying little cards with the name and description of the cheese is a nice idea.

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  16. The entertaining tip I learned is President Cheese has a new Spreadable Feta!! Cool! A new cheese to use in a new appetizer for this weekend!! The recipe they have for the pita chips and Spreadable Feta looks so yummy

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  17. I learned that cheese is the perfect food for entertaining. It makes for a perfect centerpiece for any gathering, allowing your guests to nibble and taste their way through a variety of flavors and textures and some very lively conversation.

    brn2lisn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. Spreadable Feta??? My greek husband will be SOOOO happy!

    Thanks - Heidi P.

    h.polcaster@sbcglobal.net

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  19. I learned in the President Cheese FAQ's that the term "Caseophile" describes someone who loves cheese. That's me! jgs0925 at gmail dot com

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  20. I learned that this is how you should arrange a cheeseboard: Beginning at the six o'clock position and going clockwise, arrange cheeses from mildest to strongest.
    the_outsider01AThotmailDOTcom

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  21. I learned that Timing is everything - the best time to to take your cheese out of the refrigerator is about 30 minutes to one hour before serving.
    dkbsharma@yahoo.com

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  22. I am your blog follower! (mandalarctic@gmail.com)

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  23. I learned to think about the details... cards that label foods and drinks and the music selection is important!

    mandm_2002 at hotmail dot com

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  24. Don't forget about the music, flowers and candles.

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  25. I learned that the textures, tastes and aromas of specialty cheeses are at their finest at room temperature. Whoda thunk? I always just pull right outta the fridge to serve. You learn something new every day ;)
    jilly82899@yahoo.com

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  26. I learned to use different types of cheeses when making a cheese tray.

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  27. I learned how to make a gorgeous cheese display!

    jennyjoz24 at hotmail.com

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  28. Love that presidents brie has downloadable cards to with the name of the cheese and a brief description is a nice accent. I just downloaded the brie card their Flavor Cards page.

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  29. I learned that there are wine suggestions for most cheeses.

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