7 edition of French cheeses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 240) and index.
|Statement||written by Kazuko Masui and Tomoko Yamada ; foreword by Joël Robuchon ; photography by Yohei Maruyama ; wines recommended by Robert and Isabelle Vifian ; consultant, Randolph Hodgson.|
|LC Classifications||SF274.F7 M36 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|ISBN 10||0789410702, 0789414376|
|LC Control Number||96014790|
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The French Cheese Book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A region by region coverage of the whole of France and its cheeses/5. The book begins with some introductory elements. Among these: the interrelationship among cheese, bread and wine; nutritional value of cheese; French cheese today; the labeling of cheese (a fascinating subject as related here, by the way!); buying, storing, and tasting cheese (one useful hint: let cheese warm up about 1/2 hour before eating, to 5/5.
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In a French Kitchen. Cataloguing the wide varieties of cheeses found in France, this highly informative reference provides essential information on each type of cheese, as well as advice as what wince to drink as accompaniment and the history of each flavor.
At-a-glance fact-boxes give size, weight, style and maturation time for each cheese. Maps locate the area of production for each cheese. 59 rows This is a list of French there are about 1, distinct types of French. He holidayed in France and enjoyed trying different cheeses but admitted he didn't know much about French cheese.
He has no excuse now. The book is well illustrated and makes it easy to identify any cheese/5(36). This book is a poetic view of 30 of the best loved French cheeses with an additional two odes to cheese.
Recipes, wine pairing, three short stories and an educational French cheeses book complete the book. From a hectic life in New York City to the peace and glories of the French countryside lead me to be the co-founder of Ten years later.
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The famous French Cheese is named for the French province of Brie. This creamy French Cheese was so beloved that during the French Revolution, it is rumored that Louis XVI's final wish was for a taste of Brie.
The French enjoy a lot of cheese. And French cheeses book importantly, they are deeply connected to and proud of their cheese. As well they should be. They have a rich and storied cheese history, a deep-rooted culture of cheese, and more than a thousand cheeses in their lexicon.
These are the nine you should absolutely know. Kathe Lison is the author of The Whole Fromage: Adventures in the Delectable World of French Cheese. A native of Wisconsin, "America's Dairyland," she has a long-reaching history with cheese.
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The food was fantastic, but most of all, I was astounded by the fantastic selection of cheeses presented for the pre-dessert course. Perhaps French cheese is one of the most famous in the world. It is not to wonder, since there are over 1, types of cheese produced in France, varying between the poignant and strong blue cheese, such as the notorious Roquefort and creamy cheese such as Brie.
There are many things the French are renown for, and their cheesemaking tradition is one of them, keeping to. About French Cheeses. A fully illustrated and handy guide to over French cheeses - from Alsace to Vancluse, covering classic French cheeses to little-known regional specialities.
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With details on appearance, flavour and aroma, this is a guide to selecting and serving more than types of French cheeses. Reference maps pinpoint the origins of the cheeses and handy symbols reveal facts such as fat content. This guide gives an analytical profile of over French cheeses. It describes each cheese's origins, constituents, shape, weight, fat content, best season, taste and recommended wines, as well as advising on how to buy, store, cut and serve cheese.
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A guide to over French cheeses from Alsace to Vancluse, this illustrated book covers classic French cheeses to little-known regional specialities. It features factboxes detailing the characteristics of each cheese, how they are made and tasting and storing tips.
This is a beautiful book. It is an encyclopedia of French cheeses. The pictures and the details are superb. It is informative, entertaining and full of cheese facts that even the French people don't know about.
You will be able to tell your French friends and the Fromagere more about their cheeses than they want to know.5/5(5). Making cheese at home can be somewhat overwhelming at first. There are so many different types, styles, and variations of cheese to choose from, it's tough to decide where to begin.
For new cheesemakers, it helps to pick cheeses that are forgiving when it comes to temperature variation and time discrepancies.
Your first cheese might not look just like the picture, but it. The cheese was a soft, mild blue cheese with an edible white rind, much like Brie, and was inspired by French cheeses.
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Everyday low /5(28). Hands down the most popular French cheese is Camembert (pronounced Cam-em-behr). I once read a French comment that said, “Americans love their guns like the French love Camembert!“ well, there are a lot of guns here in the U.S, there’s a lot of love for this ert is a delicately soft and creamy cow-milk cheese produced in Normandy.
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