The Definitive Guide To Canadian Artisanal And Fine Cheese (Paperback) by Pretty, Gurth
Paperback; Published 10/10/2006; 320 Pages; ISBN 9781552857601
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The most comprehensive guide to Canadian cheeses ever published.
Chef Gurth Pretty is Canada's food and beverage ambassador. In his definitive guide, he introduces the country's cheesemakers, describes their cheeses, and provides 30 delicious recipes developed with the cheesemakers themselves.
Canada's fine cheeses cross the country -- from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Selections include those produced by David Wood of Salt Spring Island Cheese Company; the raw milk cheeses of La Bergerie aux 4 Vents; Ermite by the monks of Abbaye Saint-Benoît-du-Lac; Monforte Dairy's Toscano; and Emanuela Leoni s Leoni-Grana.
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The varieties include cow, goat and sheep cheeses using raw, thermalized, pasteurized and organic milk. The Definitive Guide to Canadian Artisanal and Fine Cheeses is a cheese lover's delight.
For your next get-together, serve a simple cheese board instead of fussy hors d'oeuvres that just keep you tethered to the kitchen. Go to your local cheese shop or market and select a few interesting cheeses from different regions (France, Spain, England, or locally produced) and different origins (sheep's milk, cow's milk, or goat's milk). Set out with little cards identifying each cheese, and serve grapes and crackers for your guests to enjoy with the cheese.