Cheese, Please with Mozzarella Company Founder Paula Lambert
Thu Mar 23 2023 at 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm
Central Market Fort Worth | Fort Worth, TX
About this Event
For ages 18 & up
A perennial favorite and Fort Worth native is back to help us celebrate Women's History Month in a big way. Paula started her company because she longed for the fresh mozzarella that she had grown accustomed to while living in Italy. Over forty years later, the Mozzarella Company creates a catalog filled with award-winning cheeses, and its founder continues to gather honors and awards for her contributions to the industry. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up tips on how to make the most of some of her special cheeses. She'll show you how to make each dish as you enjoy samples of her creations.
For ages 18 & up. 21 or older? You'll enjoy a glass of wine that has been paired with your meal.
- Potato Pancakes with Smoked Salmon & Dilled Mascarpone
- Chicken Breasts with Fresh Mozzarella
- Field Greens with Pears, Deep Ellum Blue & Port Shallot Dressing
- Lemon- Goat Cheese Tart
Paula Lambert founded Dallas' Mozzarella Company in 1982. Today her company has grown from making a few pounds of fresh mozzarella to producing over 30 artisanal cheeses, all of which Paula has created and developed. Paula's cheeses have won hundreds of awards and accolades and are known far and wide for their excellence. The cheeses are sold throughout the USA to fine restaurants and at Central Market.
Applauded as one of America's pioneer artisanal cheesemakers, Paula is the author of The Cheese Lover's Cookbook and Guide (2000) and Cheese, Glorious Cheese! (2007).
Paula takes an active role in many professional organizations including the American Cheese Society, Les Dames d'Escoffier, and the Specialty Food Association. Her accolades include: James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America, the Career Achievement Award from Mary Baldwin University, and Awards of Excellence from the IACP as Entrepreneur of the Year and from the Dallas Historical Society for Creative Arts. She is a past-president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP).
In 2022 Paula and her Mozzarella Company celebrated 40 years of cheesemaking and were named one of the Top 50 Cheesemakers in America by Food & Wine Magazine. Paula's honorable and enthusiastic work ethic, artful style, and generosity of spirit earned her the American Cheese Society Lifetime Achievement Award. And she she has been named Grande Dame of Les Dames d'Escoffier International. This award is presented biannually to recognize lifetime contributions, and it is one of the highest honors for a woman within the food, beverage and hospitality industries.
A frequent radio and television guest, Paula travels extensively, speaking before groups and teaching cooking classes throughout the USA as well as in Italy, France, and Ireland. In 2011 she founded a travel company, Viaggi Deliziosi, and enjoys taking small groups of food lovers to Italy where her travelers stay in a gorgeous villa and explore the culture, cuisine and wine, and the idyllic Tuscan countryside in depth.
Safety & Precautions
- At check-in, you will be asked to sign a waiver before entering the Cooking School.
- For that reason, we ask that all attendees arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the confirmed start time of the class.
- Some COVID-related restrictions may apply.
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Where is it happening?Central Market Fort Worth, 4651 West Freeway, Fort Worth, United States
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