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Choose Your Cheese by T. A. Layton - Duckworth,1957


Title: Choose Your Cheese
Author: T. A. Layton
Publisher: Duckworth & Co
Publication Date: 1957
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear.

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Reader's note

This book provides the epicure with the kind of succinct information he requires about another department of gastronomy scarcely less important. Fewer books have been written on cheese than on wine, and Mr Layton, who before World War Two kept the famous Cheddar Roast Restaurant in London, is the man for the job. After chapters on the history of cheese, the making of cheese, the cooking of cheese (with recipes) and the gastronomy of cheese, he proceeds to list the best known cheeses of the world country by country with notes on each: so that his work is both for enjoyment and for reference. It includes a great quantity of miscellaneous information about cheese, and is useful both to professional caterers and amateur gourmets alike.