If you think that Armenian String Cheese is anything like the rubbery stick packed in your school lunch box growing up, then get ready to have your mind blown. That’s because this mezze staple made of semi-soft cow’s milk — and shaped into thick, circular braids with slightly crunchy nigella seeds — is like a saltier version of the very freshest mozzarella that’s ever hit your taste buds. Sahadi’s is ready to show you how to make this twisty, cheesy delicacy before sending you home with your own mouth-watering creation. Are you ready to get your string cheese on?
Join New York Adventure Club for an Armenian string cheese workshop at the Sahadi’s, a third-generation family-owned and operated specialty food store that’s been serving Middle Eastern cuisine in Brooklyn since 1948.