Join Camille Stagg as she presents specialty cheeses to complement selections of popular types of wine.
Camille Stagg, food, wine and travel journalist, author of 17 books, including the latest, “The Parthenon Cookbook: Great Mediterranean Recipes From The Heart of Chicago’s Greektown” (Surrey Books, 2008); “Pairing Food & Wine”; and “Cooking With Wine” (Time-Life Books); former food editor of “The Chicago Sun-Times” and “Cuisine” magazine; former dining critic for numerous publications; *award-winning teacher, has also won numerous professional recipe awards. In June, 2010, Ms. Stagg was made an Honorary Member of the Chicago Chefs of Cuisine for her contributions to the culinary profession and hospitality industry. She has presented many lectures and classes at various libraries, and had been teaching at Eisenhower Library since 2008.
She is a wine consultant at Binny’s, now for six years, and before that worked in the Binny’s gourmet grocery at three locations for 15 years.
*College of DuPage (COD) gave Ms. Stagg the “Most Outstanding Part-Time Faculty Member Award in 2007 (Continuing Education).” She taught culinary and wine classes, that included her most popular Tuscan Cuisine classes, Spanish, Provençal, Greek, and other cuisines.