2 edition of English cheeses of the South and West. found in the catalog.
English cheeses of the South and West.
by Harrap in association with the English Country Cheese Council in [London]
Written in English
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English Cheeses of the South and West Hardcover by John Arlott (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: John Arlott. Cheese and Culture is a book about the history of cheese in the West.
The overall tone of the book is a little dry (I know) and it reads like someones thesis. However, I like cheese so I stuck it out. The first part has a bizarre amount of biblical references. Probably because there werent many written texts from that time so thats all /5.
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In English cuisine, foods such as cheese have ancient origins. The 14th-century English cookery book, The Forme of Cury, contains recipes for these, and dates from the royal court of Richard II. Artisan cheese making is like a cross between baking and cooking; a mix of science & craft and creativity.
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West Country Farmhouse Cheddar (Protected Designation of Origin) Applewood; Cheshire – dense and crumbly cheese produced in the English county of Cheshire and four neighbouring counties, two in Wales (Denbighshire and Flintshire) and two in England (Shropshire and Staffordshire).
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Britain’s famous cheeses – Cheddar, Gloucester, Lancashire, Wensleydale, Cheshire – all hail from western counties. The rugged hilly landscapes of Wales, Scotland and northern England also favour sheep farming, so cheeses from these areas tend traditionally to be of sheep’s milk.
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My library. Ilchester Cheese Co., Somerset. One of the few cheeses made on a large scale to find a place in our shop. Flavourings are used to create the smoky flavour since the cheese is no longer smoked. The paste is firm and moist and the whole cheese is coated in paprika. £ per g.
The world's most highly respected cheese expert. what Juliet Harbutt doesn't know about cheese simply isn't worth knowing. Born in New Zealand, she came to Britain in and founded Jeroboams The Wine & Cheese Shop, a retail and wholesale company, reputably one of Britain's finest, offering overmainly raw milk, French and British artisan cheeses/5(51).
Today goat cheese remains a staple of the Mediterranean diet, while North America furthers the tradition by producing an abundance of fabulous goat cheeses of its own. Many come from cherished, small, local producers with unique regional flavors. Others are from renowned cheese makers who have won international awards for their creations.
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While it is intended primarily for lecturers, senior students and researchers, production management and quality control personnel should find it to be a very valuable reference book.
From the coastal plains to the Appalachians and as far west as Texas, the new Southern renaissance of cheese-making has come quite a ways from the pimento and hoop cheeses of the midth century.
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