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Farmhouse Cheeses of Ireland: A Celebration

By Glynn Anderson & John McLaughlin


Available from all major eBook stores.

With some of the best grazing pasture in the world, it is no surprise that Ireland is home to a range of cheeses whose excellence is recognised internationally. At the forefront are the farmhouse cheesemakers whose world is explored in this comprehensive guide to the cheeses they make. Detailed descriptions of each cheese are enhanced with easy-to-read icons and lavish photography.

Tease your taste buds with mouth-watering recipes contributed by Derry Clarke, Ross Lewis, Catherine Fulvio, Clodagh McKenna, Denis Cotter, Darina Allen, Rachel Allen and many others.

Full of colour and texture, aroma and flavour, the farmhouse cheeses of Ireland have wide appeal and are exported around the world. From an exquisitely creamy St Killian to a robust, earthy Milleens, from a soft delicate Ardsallagh to a fiery Dingle Truffle Cheese, enjoy this celebration of Irish farmhouse cheeses – a must for every cheese lover!

The authors have set up a website dedicated to all things cheesy!

  • Book Format: eBook
  • Published: 2012
  • ISBN: 9781848899698
  • Illustrations note: Maps, Colour photos,
A new bible…if you want to know your Adrahan from your Ardsallagh, this is the book for you.
This well-designed reference book is built to last and will take plenty of hard wear from the professionals and serious foodies who will value its comprehensiveness and the detailed information it gives on virtually every Irish cheese of not currently in production. This is a welcome specialist reference…and it marks a coming of age for Irish farmhouse cheese in international terms.
A rich and detailed encylopeadia of what people are doing with curds, whey and rennet.
A book that cheese lovers have been waiting for.
Impressive new book, sure to be a hit with foodies.
At last a book to catalogue and celebrate the achievement of Farmhouse Cheese-makers who have helped to change and enhance the image of Irish Food at home and abroad.
A handsome and useful book.
A thoroughly enjoyable read and a treat for the would-be gourmand.

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