Books Similar to The Art of the Cheese Plate: Pairings, Recipes, Style, Attitude

Are you interested in finding books similar to The Art of the Cheese Plate: Pairings, Recipes, Style, Attitude by Tia Keenan? The Art of the Cheese Plate: Pairings, Recipes, Style, Attitude can best be described as follows: Master delicious, sophisticated entertaining with acclaimed chef-fromager Tia Keenans foolproof pairings and quick recipes for elegant cheese plates and inspired accompaniments. A perfect gift for any host or cheese lover, The Art of the Cheese Plate offers clear directions and expert tips for perfect cheese plates and creative condiments..

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Books Similar to The Art of the Cheese Plate: Pairings, Recipes, Style, Attitude

1. The Cheese Plate by author Max McCalman.
Description: If youve ever had genuine farmhouse Cheddar from England, or real Alsatian Munster, or aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, you know that fine hand-crafted cheeses have absolutely nothing to do with the bland, shrink-wrapped, food-colored offerings that evoke school cafeterias. Artisanal cheesesfrom luscious triple crmes to the boss bluesare complex and richly rewarding, very similar to fine wines.

2. Composing the Cheese Plate: Recipes, Pairings, and Platings for the Inventive Cheese Course by author Brian Keyser.
Description: Curate Surprising and Delicious Cheese Boards at HomeTired of the same-old cheese plate? So were fromager Brian Keyser and pastry chef Leigh Friend when they set out to change the cheese game at New York Citys Casellula Cheese & Wine Cafand change it they did. Now theyre sharing their secrets in this insiders guide to the wide, wondrous world of cheese, and the condiments that bring it to the next level.

3. Fiona Becketts Cheese Course: Styles, Wine Pairing, Plates & Boards, Recipes by author Fiona Beckett.
Description: In this book, cheese and wine expert author Fiona Beckett guides you through the types, uses and versatility of cheese. The Wonderful World of Cheese introduces you to the types of cheese and explains why they vary so greatly, then you can better understand how to match them with drinks from wine, port, cider and beer, to spirits and soft drinks.

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