I have recently been enjoying all kinds of new and exciting cheeses. I’m convinced that cheese is enjoyed even more when it is presented well.
Does a fine wine taste better in a styro-foam cup, or in crystal stemware? It’s the same wine, but I’ll take the stemware. You get the idea.
Part of the pleasure of researching and blogging about cheese is that I’m getting “tuned in”. I am noticing things that I never noticed before. I am noticing the different ways cheese is presented for consumption. Cheese looks very enticing when presented on a wooden cheese board. The calm, natural and rustic nature of wood compliments the cheese.
I came across a blog today with reference to Mac’s Cutting Boards website. They are specifically marketing and selling cheese boards. The boards look pretty nice. A classy, high end, cheese presentation board is now on my wish list.
Where’s the cheese? It would have been better if they actually showed a piece of cheese on the Cheese Cutting Board, but I can do the visualization. At least, if I need a grape cutting board, I know that they have that base covered.
I looked around Mac’s Cutting Boards website to find out where these crafty folks are located … I couldn’t figure it out. There is no address on the Contact Us page. The Shipping and Returns page comes up blank. The About Us page lists no names or addresses.
Over time I have become used to buying things off of the internet. However, before I buy I need to establish some trust about who I am buying from. Mac’s Cheese cutting boards look nice, but until I figure out who these people are, I’m hesitant to lunge for one just yet.
Leave a comment if you know where I can find a nice high-end cheese board and I’ll share that information in a subsequent post.