At last a book to catalogue and celebrate the achievement of Farmhouse Cheese-makers who have helped to change and enhance the image of Irish Food at home and abroad. --Darina Allen, Irish Examiner
This well-designed reference book is built to last and will take plenty of hard wear from the professionals and serious foodies who will value its comprehensiveness and the detailed information it gives on virtually every Irish cheese of not currently in production. This is a welcome specialist reference…and it marks a coming of age for Irish farmhouse cheese in international terms. --Georgina Campbell's Ireland Guide
A new bible…if you want to know your Adrahan from your Ardsallagh, this is the book for you. --Food & Wine magazine
About the Author
Glynn Anderson is passionate about nature and good food. Early visits to France sparked his lifelong interest in cheese, and he is an aficionado of the best cheeses in the world. His first book was Birds of Ireland: Facts, Folklore & History (2008). John McLaughlin, an award-winning photographer, developed an interest in food in the 1990s. An enthusiastic cook and member of the Slow Food movement, he firmly believes in supporting local producers.