“Open-hearted and buoyant, the book weaves together her hands-on experiences in Europe and introduces us to a rich cast of people who make, sell and care about these traditions.” —Jenny Linford, author of The Missing Ingredient In ...
Author: Katie Quinn
“Open-hearted and buoyant, the book weaves together her hands-on experiences in Europe and introduces us to a rich cast of people who make, sell and care about these traditions.” —Jenny Linford, author of The Missing Ingredient In this delightful, full-color tour of France, England, and Italy, YouTube star Katie Quinn shares the stories and science behind everyone's fermented favorites—cheese, wine, and bread—along with classic recipes. Delicious staples of a great meal, bread, cheese, and wine develop their complex flavors through a process known as fermentation. Katie Quinn spent months as an apprentice with some of Europe’s most acclaimed experts to study the art and science of fermentation. Visiting grain fields, vineyards, and dairies, Katie brings the stories and science of these foods to the table, explains the process of each craft, and introduces the people behind them. What will keep readers glued to the book like a suspense novel is Katie's personal journey as an expat discovering herself abroad; Katie's vulnerability will turn readers into fans, and they'll finish the book feeling like they're her best friends, trusted with her innermost revelations. In England, Katie becomes a cheesemonger at Neal's Yard Dairy, London’s preeminent cheese shop—the beginning of a journey that takes her from a goat farm in rural Somerset to a nationwide search for innovating dairy gurus. In Italy, Katie offers an inside look at Italian winemaking with the Comellis at their family-owned vineyard in Northeast Italy and witnesses the diversity of vintners as she makes her way around Italy. In France, Katie meets the reigning queen of bread, Apollonia Poilâne of Paris' famed Poilâne Bakery, apprentices at boulangeries in Paris learning the ins and outs of sourdough, and travels the country to uncover the present and future of French bread. Part artisanal survey, part travelogue, and part cookbook, featuring watercolor illustrations and gorgeous photographs, Cheese, Wine, and Bread is an outstanding gastronomic tour for foodies, cooks, artisans, and armchair travelers alike.
Tasting Wine and Cheese is a straight-forward guide for pairing cheeses with white, red, sparkling, and dessert wines.
Author: Adam Centamore
"Tasting Wine and Cheese explains how to taste, evaluate and appreciate wine and cheese, helping you learn how 'taste' works, how to think about food and wine in general, and how to bring them together in combinations that will bring a smile to your face! But, learning is only half the fun. Tasting Wine and Cheese accompanies you on a tasty safari into pairing principles through individual chapters that highlight wines and the cheeses that love them. Each chapter (sparkling, white, red and dessert/fortified) presents individual wine types in a clear, informative way that is at once an excellent reference and entertaining. Simply look up the grape you're drinking that night, and a wealth of pairing information is at your fingertips. There's even a chapter on using condiments in your pairings to add another layer of flavor to your combinations"--Amazon.com.
... buttery CHEESE Habanero Jack Style semi - soft Origin Wisconsin Milk COW Info salty , hot peppers WINE White Gewürztraminer , Riesling , Vouvray Red ...
Author: Norm Ray
Publisher: Rayve Productions
Contents Introduction Cheese Basics: Cheeses of the World; History; Cheese Styles; Cheesemaking; Artisan vs. Large Scale Cheesemaking; Buying Cheese; Storing Cheese; Serving Cheese; Tasting Cheese Wine Basics: Wines of the World; History; Wine Categories and Styles; Winemaking; Wine Bottle Labels; Buying Wine; Storing Wine; Serving Wine; Tasting Wine; To Your Good Health Pairing Basics: Your Personal Pleasure is the Goal; Guidelines; Goals; More Tasting Suggestions Pairing Recommendations: Cheese & Wine Pairing Recommendations; Wine & Cheese Pairing Recommendations Journals: "My Favorite Pairings" Journal; "Oops! I Won't Pair These Again" Journal
When we talk about a successful wine and cheese match, we mean that the cheese or cheeses do not diminish our pleasure in the wine. The wine tastes just as ...
Author: Janet Fletcher
Publisher: Chronicle Books
From the best-selling author of The Cheese Course comes a new guide to enjoying one of the most basic yet sophisticated culinary delights: cheese and wine. Janet Fletcher leads readers on an international tour of 70 cheeses,exploring the best wine pairings and serving suggestions. From Oregon's autumnal Rogue River Blue to aromatic Brind'Amour evocative of the Corsican countryside, cheese lovers will savor the range of textures, flavors, and colors. Featuring mouth-watering color photography and detailed, informative text, this collection of cheeses and the wines that go with them will inspire perfect pairings.
Wine and cheese make an obvious perfect pairing, so Gitta went into business with her long-time friend Ross Hackworth of nearby Nichol Vineyard.
Author: Jennifer Schell
Publisher: TouchWood Editions
In 2012, Jennifer Schell brought together 160 of the Okanagan Valley's best chefs, wine makers, and food producers to create The Butcher, the Baker, the Wine and Cheese Maker: An Okanagan Cookbook. It was an instant success, selling more than 7000 copies and winning national and global awards. Updated to reflect the constant evolution of food production and culture in the famed valley, this second edition includes profiles of the newest players in the area's culinary scene, new recipes and food and wine pairings, and updated profiles of the region's renowned and respected farmers, producers, artisans and agricultural innovators. In addition to delicious recipes for every meal, such as Quinoa Crusted Falafel Mignon, Sezmu Beef Tartare, Okanagan Lavender Mascarpone Souffle, and Saskatoon Berry Pie, this collection features the stories of the area’s experts, and a listing of the area's foodie festivals and events.
given to me to create and curate a cheese counter that focused not only on the classic ... Everyone knew, it seemed, that cheese went well with wine, ...
Author: Steve Jones
Publisher: The Countryman Press
A field guide to cheese-and-drink combinations that go beyond Parmigiano and Prosecco Cheese and wine are a classic combination, but many cheeses taste even better with beer or cider. Steve Jones, proprietor of the Portland- based Cheese Bar and Chizu (cheese served sushi- style), has been successfully matching cheeses with alcoholic beverages for more than two decades. Here he shares his knowledge by introducing 75 different cheeses and pairing each with the beverage that brings out the best in both. Jones provides a treasure trove of delectable, often surprising pairings, as well as simple steps for successful experimentation. This guide will function as a crash course for beginners on buying, storing, and serving cheese and alcohol, while offering more seasoned aficionados page after page of cheese-and-beverage combinations to replicate at home. With gorgeous photographs, this book captures the allure, approachability, and, most importantly, the sheer joy of pairing cheese with beer, wine, or cider.
The latter risk can be avoided by accompanying cheese with white wine, which contains very little tannin. The acidity of white wine cuts pleasantly through ...
Author: Peter Graham
Publisher: Grub Street Publishers
This award-winning book is the most definitive collection of cheese cookery ever to be gathered together in one volume. The eighteen chapters which encompass over 300 recipes cover toasted and melted cheese, soups, pasta, pancakes, tarts, sauces, pastry, in fact every conceivable recipe for the cheese lover. Alongside traditional recipes for souffls, gratins, quiches and cheesecakes are an enticing array of simple snacks and salads. Inspired combinations, such as pears with pecorino and prawns with feta will tempt the adventurous, while vegetarians will be delighted by the fascinating and extensive variety that cheese cookery offers them. A detailed checklist of cheeses guides the intrepid and the uninitiated alike, so whether you are searching for a new pasta sauce, an alternative to Welsh rarebit, or a refreshing approach to entertaining, "Classic Cheese Cookery", with over 300 recipes, has something for every occasion.
Making and cooking with cheeses at home Morgan McGlynn ... Cheese and wine are two of life's great pleasures, so what is better than enjoying them together?
Author: Morgan McGlynn
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
The Modern Cheesemaker shows you how to make 18 cheeses, from the rich and gooey, to the wonderfully stinky, and all the cheeseboard favourites – including simple, fresh cheeses such as mozzarella and ricotta, working up to salty and versatile halloumi, feta and paneer, perfect, melting Swiss cheese, through to aged Cheddar and Brie. Starting from the very basics of the making process, with a guide to milk types and the seasonal nature of cheese, The Modern Cheesemaker will deepen your understanding of this essential ingredient and its production. The equipment you will need is thoroughly explained and readily available and by following the easy-to-use instructions and Morgan McGlynn’s expert tips, you’ll soon learn how to become your own artisan cheesemaker. To reap the rewards of your hard work, there are over 40 recipes for delicious cheese-based dishes to make, along with flavouring cheese and suggested accompaniments.
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Author: Evan Dorkin
Publisher: SLG Publishing
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
"Most of the material collected ... originally appeared in Milk and Cheese #1-4 (Milk and Cheese #1, Milk and Cheese's other number one, Milk and Cheese's third number one and Milk and Cheese's fourth number one"-P. facing T.p.
From the foremost master of cheese in the country, Max McCalman, comes a practical twist on wine and cheese pairings that includes detailed information about the history, production and unique flavor of fifty of the world's finest cheeses, ...
Author: Max McCalman
Publisher: Potter Style
From the foremost master of cheese in the country, Max McCalman, comes a practical twist on wine and cheese pairings that includes detailed information about the history, production and unique flavor of fifty of the world's finest cheeses, as well as the accompanying information about the best wine varietals and vintages to pair them with. The easy-to-navigate swatchbook format fans out to reveal the ideal wine and cheese match for any occasion.
Red wine should be drunk with cheese . It ain't necessarily so . I have seen more great red wine ruined by the wrong kind of cheese than I care to think ...
Author: Daniel Johnnes
Publisher: Penguin Group
Category: Quotations, English
Wine expert Daniel Johnnes reveals the secrets of getting a really good deal on a great bottle of wine. Without using stuffy, technical language, he presents wonderfully complete discussions of 200 wines, a guide to "hot spots" for finding good value wines, explanations of grape varieties and the wine making process, and more.
Feasts of Wind and Food is an enjoyable introduction to the pairing of wine and food by a knowledgeable expert who doesn't make rules and loves a good party. Includes a wine selection chart, lavish illustrations, and more than 150 recipes. 60 color photographs.