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A cheesemonger's compendium of British & Irish cheese / Ned Palmer ; illustrated by Claire Littlejohn.

By: Palmer, Ned.
Contributor(s): Littlejohn, Claire [illustrator.].
Publisher: London : Profile Books, 2021Description: 237 pages : illustrations (colour) 23 cm.ISBN: 9781788167154 .Subject(s): Cheese -- Great Britain | Cheese -- Great Britain -- Anecdotes | Cooking (Cheese) | Food and wine pairingAdditional physical formats: Print version :: No titleDDC classification: 641.3735 Summary: "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." - Book cover
List(s) this item appears in: New Acquisitions Autumn 2021
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"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." - Book cover

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