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Sheridans Guide to Cheese

Author : Kevin Sheridan
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The brothers Kevin and Seamus Sheridan founded Sheridans Cheesemongers in 1995. Today, they are a brand name for cheese in Ireland, Europe, and the United States. Their distinctively branded crackers and biscuits are available at more than seventy retailers, such as Dean & DeLuca, Murray’s, and Zingerman’s. Together, they are a veritable cheese master class: absolutely everything you could possibly want to know about not only the great cheeses of the world but also the fascinating little handcrafted cheeses, those individual masterworks that showcase some cheese maker’s genius, and also the specialty cheeses you may not think of first but may find that you enjoy far more than some of the bigger names. Sheridans’ Guide to Cheese is a complete guide to cheese for both novice cheese lovers and mature connoisseurs alike. There’s not much Kevin and Seamus have to say on the subject that isn’t worth hearing—or reading—and this compendium is an indispensable handbook on cheese. Inside you’ll find a country-by-country and style-by-style guide to cheeses of the world and heaps of practical advice on selecting, buying, aging, and storing cheese, as well as tasting notes to help you appreciate every kind you try. This is also an invaluable resource for assembling an ideal cheese plate, wine- and flavor-pairing notes, and even, here and there, a few useful recipes (such as a simply perfect risotto, which Seamus was taught in Italy by a parmesan maker). Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

The Sheridans Guide to Cheese

Author : Kevin Sheridan
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Winner of BEST COOKBOOK, IRELAND, at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards Kevin and Seamus Sheridan first started selling cheese from a market stall in Galway over twenty years ago. As passionate advocates of local farming and champions of high quality food production, the brothers soon developed a reputation for selling the very best cheeses from around the world. Today, the award-winning Sheridans Cheesemongers has become something of a byword for cheese, sourcing and selling the world’s best cheeses to customers across the globe. In their first book, The Sheridans’ Guide to Cheese, Kevin and Seamus share their expert knowledge and invite you on a journey through the vast array of cheeses that adorn their shelves. From the cheese peninsulas of West Cork and the cheddar caves of Somerset to the hills of Reggia Emilia, the brothers introduce us to some of the best cheesemakers in the world, revealing how their favourite cheeses are made, whilst offering heaps of practical advice on selecting, buying, aging and storing each variety of cheese. An indispensable handbook for both novice cheeselovers and mature connoisseurs alike, The Sheridans’ Guide to Cheese is a complete guide to the cheeses of the world, featuring tasting notes, wine- and flavour-pairings and delicious recipes to help you appreciate every cheese you try.

The Royal Shopping Guide

Author : Nina Grunfeld
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Irish Food Guide

Author : John McKenna
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Providing coverage of the producers, the cooks, the hoteliers and B&B keepers along with topics such as farmers' markets, where to shop, where to eat and where to stay, this guide aims to help those who want to discover the finest food in Ireland.

Georgina Campbells Ireland 07

Author : Georgina Campbell
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This guide describes approximately 1200 recommended establishments throughout Ireland - from a wide range of hotels, restaurants, cafes and pubs through to guest houses and farmhouses.

Insiders Guide to Portland Oregon

Author : Dave Johnson
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Written by local authors with many years of experience in writing about their community, the Insiders' Guide RM series provide newcomers, visitors, and business travelers with a native's perspective of the area. Each guide details hotels, restaurants, annual events, attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, real estate, and much more. Covering more than 60 cities and areas nationwide, the Insiders' Guide RM series offer the best local insights on travel and relocation.Features include: -- Light, easier-to-use 6 x 9 size -- Easy-to-read typeface -- Large photos and maps -- Updated interior graphics -- Thumb tabs for quick reference to specific chapters -- More at-a-glance information in every title -- Expanded, comprehensive indexes -- Easy-to-use geographic organization in regional booksFrom the rugged beauty of the Oregon coast, to the best bistros, brewpubs, and night spots of downtown Portland, The Insiders' Guide to Portland shows the way.

Insiders Guide to Portland Oregon

Author : Rachel Dresbeck
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From the rugged beauty of the Oregon coastline, to the best bistros, brewpubs, and night spots of downtown Portland, this guide shows the way. Local authors take readers behind the scenes to discover the real City of Roses, from the thriving arts scene of the Pearl District to the natural wonder of the scenic Columbia Gorge. From the rugged beauty of the Oregon coastline, to the best bistros, brewpubs, and night spots of downtown Portland, this guide shows the way. Local authors take readers behind the scenes to discover the real City of Roses, from the thriving arts scene of the Pearl District to the natural wonder of the scenic Columbia Gorge.

The Rough Guide to Ireland

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Directory of Oregon Manufacturers and Buyer s Guide

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A Bibliography and Reader s Guide to the First Editions of P G Wodehouse

Author : David A. Jasen
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