This is a perfect companion for all of us hooked by Ned Palmer’s acclaimed Cheesemonger’s History. Each cheese on Palmer’s cheeseboard is accompanied by a morsel of history or a dash of folklore, a description of its flavours, and an enticing illustration.
Palmer peppers his book with stories of eccentric and colourful cheesemakers and celebrates both traditional farmhouse and modern artisanal cheeses – fresh, mould-ripened, washed-rind, blue and hard.
He explains how to buy your cheese like a monger, how to cut and store it, and how best to match it with drinks.
The guide is completed by a brilliantly illustrated gazetteer.
Title: A Cheesemonger’s Compendium of British & Irish Cheese
Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 582 g
Dimensions: 222 x 144 x 35 mm
In our cheese book shop we also have The Wallace & Gromit Little Book of Cheese, Alex James’ All Cheeses Great and Small and Milk Made. This great collection of books are not only about the most important subject in the world (cheese!) but about how cheese can be used in cooking and other food contexts. This Cheesemongers History Book is the ideal gift for any cheese lover.
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