French Cheeses

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Dorling Kindersley, 2004 - Cheese - 240 pages
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Does Roquefort go with red wine? Are you supposed to eat the ash in Morbier? With details on appearance, flavour and aroma this is the complete guide to selecting and serving more than 350 types of French cheeses. Reference maps pinpoint the origins of the cheeses and handy symbols reveal facts such as fat content. Includes top tips on buying, storing and serving cheese plus wine recommendations. A must-have for any gourmet's bookshelf.

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Don't be deceived by the slim silhouette of this book- there is a wealth of information condensed into each crowded page. Fantastic photographs of each of the cheeses, as well as information about the ... Read full review

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The magnificent illustrations in this book are characteristic of the "Eyewitness Handbook" series: glossy color photographs, so finely reproduced that the subtlest shades of white, beige, gray, yellow ... Read full review

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