A Cheesemonger’s History of The British Isles

November 2, 2019 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

Ned Loves Cheese. This is a delightful romp through the history of cheesemaking in Britain. The author is clearly a connoisseur of cheese. He writes with passion about cheese and laces his book with terms which are somewhat arcane, for example abomasum-the fourth stomach of a cow.The research is impressive. He tells us that for centuries cheese was made mainly by women. In the Victorian age commercial dairying was booming but tons of imported cheese from America began to flood the home market. Milk…

Anonymous says:

Just need the cheese to go with it Only one complaint. The cheeses didn’t come with the book. Well written, mouth wateringly so. Familiar with several of the cheeses and must go in pursuit of the Caerphilly produced not far away. but I discover it is now made in Somerset!!!!!!!!!!!!!It is a Christmas present for my son; so to compensate him for obvious signs of pre-reading I must attch some cheese.If you like cheese then this is your book.

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