Your baby is smooth like a fresh wheel of brie and hot like a pot of cheese fondue in the summer. You two go together like peanut butter and jelly, like Camembert and Champagne (for you laymen, that was a compliment -- we’ll explain later).
OK, so we’re not poets over here at Vimbly. But we are quesophiles and we do use poetic license to make up words, so you can trust us when comes to dating advice:
Don’t end up all prov-alone! Show your sweetie how much you care by giving them the one thing they love just a little bit more than you -- cheese, of course! You and your special someone can explore the incredible world of cheese within The Bay Area with this fantastic spread of cheese classes and cheese tours.
So you messed up.
Really, really badly.
You don't want to go into the gory details, but the normal ten-dollar-roses-from-the-gas-station-down-the-street apology is not going to be enough this time. In queso emergency, break out this date to save your relationship from any metaphorical burning building -- courtesy of Captain Vineyards.
Surprise your peeved partner with an introduction to the wine of Sonoma Valley, followed by a cheese and chocolate tasting. You’ll learn so many cool facts in this class that by the time it's over, your lover won’t even remember why you were fighting -- the wine will help too!
Case in point: Did you know that Champagne pairs well with Camembert because the bubbles and acidity cut through the gooey texture of the cheese? That’s straight up science!
Don't thank us. We live to cheese . . .Find Out More
Some couples have a movie night, some delight in swapping lavish gifts, and some get their kicks from hot wax and leather -- hey, whatever makes you happy.
For you and your lover, the road to bliss is paved with cheese. So grab your special somebody by the hand and take a stroll through all things cheese for an evening. You’ll get to know your cheeses like the back of baby’s hand in this 101 course from The Cheese School of San Francisco. Breathe deeply, do you smell that? Love is in the Gruyère.Find Out More
You were deadly on the dating scene. You could drink, dance, and romance with the best of them. Basically -- you had mad game.
But now that you're with your boo-thang, you need to update your moves and make them more suitable to a tandem bicycle rather than a bar stool. Learn to make fresh chevre, mozzarella and burrata with a class from Farmcurious. These cheeses will surprise your better half and fellow cheese lover, and you’ll be back at the top of your game in no time!Find Out More
Cheese and beer are the best thing to ever happen to fermentation. Forget the wine -- beer is actually easier to pair with cheese, a more forgiving medium that coaxes out more of dairy?s subtle favors. This is more than just a session of tasty nibbles -- The Cheese School is dedicated to maximizing your appreciation and enjoyment of cheese. And the range of accompanying beers will help you learn how to create your own pairings at home. This is the best kind of school, where eating in class is required, and there?s no homework other than continuing your love affair with lactose.Find Out More
Enjoy a gourmet journey into the incredible Point Reyes food scene as you follow your expert local guide to learn all about artisan food production, sustainable agriculture and local history! Eat your way through West Marin, visiting seven unique gourmet stops, including the Cowgirl Creamery, Brickmaiden Breads, Bovine Bakery, Marin Sun Farms, and Table Top Farms, Heidrun Meadery and Hog Island Oyster Company. Be sure to bring your appetite, as this tour is a truly wonderful and unique experience for any food lover!Find Out More
There are plenty of good cheese-date ideas but how many dates have you been on that are truly 'grate'?
Why not learn how to make cheese together, and not just any cheese -- gouda! This cheese has been around since the 1100’s so it’s got as much history as you and your bae. Learn the basics of cheesemaking and come away with a wheel of Gouda that you and your baby can take home.
It’s like saying goes: The couple that learns to make a wheel of Gouda together stays together. That’s a real thing right?Find Out More
Are you and your baby on the branier side of cheese? Kitchen on Fire has a scintillating study for you:
Perhaps the most important facet of the anthropological approach is the study of food. Most dishes -- as far as we can tell -- were designed as vehicles for cheese. And no food has succeeded in this task as wildly as the pizza pie.
Pizza had been transporting cheese from plate to mouth for centuries.The pizza can first be seen in Italy, but because of its incredible simplicity and effectiveness, this tool has spread to all corners of the globe.
While this class will not cover the history of Italy, or other cheese-transporting mechanisms (such as the cracker, the french fry, the tortilla chips, the list goes on...), it will teach you how to make a mean cheese shovel (that’s scientist speak for pizza) -- we’ll leave the rest of the research up to you.Find Out More