By Jack Goldstein
Are you aware which cheese is the most costly on this planet? Or why cheese made within the village of Stilton can not be referred to as Stilton cheese? How huge used to be the wheel of Cheddar given to Queen Victoria as a marriage current? And what was once Napoleon's favorite cheese? these kinds of questions and extra are replied during this attention-grabbing ebook. no matter if you're an skilled cheese buff and wish to find a few interesting and little-known proof, otherwise you simply wish an creation to the method of che ... Read more...
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It is not allowed to be called cheese because less than half of each ‘single’ is actual cheese! ” - Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin “A cheese may disappoint. It may be dull, it may be naive, it may be over sophisticated. K. ” - Bertolt Brecht “I could just fancy some cheese, Gromit. C. Fields Dutch Gouda Did You Know...? St Bartholomew the Apostle is the patron saint of cheesemongers. You shouldn’t judge a cheese just by its smell - some bland-smelling cheese are incredibly flavourful, whereas some smelly cheese don’t taste of much at all.
Most cheese in the English-speaking world is made from cow’s milk, however it is common across the world to use many other animal’s milk - including buffalo, sheep and goat. Many cheeses are stored for a long time before being considered ready to eat; mature cheddar must be aged for a minimum of one year. Whilst maturing, some traditional cheeses are stored in caves which are considered to have the optimum balance of temperature and humidity. The difference in the tastes and textures of cheeses comes from many factors - the milk used, the type of bacteria or acids used to separate the milk, how long the cheese is aged for and of course various additives each producer uses.
Its name comes from the fact that it is immersed in pear cider using the local variety of pear - named, of course, Stinking Bishop. A Variety of Cheeses More Amazing Facts Macaroni and cheese is a very popular dish in America. It was brought to the country by ‘Founding Father’ Thomas Jefferson who was given the recipe whilst holidaying in Italy! Originally it was made from Parmesan and Macaroni, however cheddar is now more commonly used. In Italy there’s a special cheese bank which loans out money whilst storing farmers’ wheels of Parmesan - the cheese takes a great deal of time to age, and the producers need to pay wages in the meantime!
101 Amazing Facts about Cheese by Jack Goldstein