Some good reads on cheesy things:
- Camembert: A National Myth – Boisard, a social historian, does a wonderful job of describing how the stories that turn objects like camembert into icons serve political and material interests. In the course of telling this tale he opens up a view of 19th and early 20th century French agriculture in transition.
- Cheese of Canada – Gurth Pretty’s page with links to his books “The Definitive Guide to Canadian Artisanal and Fine Cheese” and “The Definitive Canadian Wine and Cheese Cookbook“
- Cheese Enthusiast – “a broad look at the cheese we love – from in-depth investigations into specific cheeses to the excitement and challenges of making cheese at home to cooking with and serving cheese including food and wine pairings on a home scale.”
- The Cheese Course – An archive of Janet Fletcher’s Cheese columns from the San Francisco Chronicle
- The New York Times Cheese Page
- The Globe and Mail’s Cheese Column with Sue Riedl – An archive of cheese reviews by Sue Riedl
- Gremolata – Check it out for periodic updates on the cheese scene
- Andy Shay’s Cheese Journal in Gremolata. Be sure to refresh the page to get the latest articles.
CHEESE RESEARCH PAPERS