Cheese Please! is a new Australian cheese guide produced by Dairy Australia. This full-colour 27-page guide coveres everything you need to know about buying, serving, enjoying and pairing Australian cheese... and even what to do with the leftovers!
Here's an excerpt:
Whether it’s a vintage cheddar from Tasmania, an oozing brie from the Barossa, or a blushing washed rind from New South Wales, your new favorite cheese is waiting to be discovered. From stinky and creamy to sharp and nutty, there are hundreds of Australian cheeses to be found at your local farmers market, specialty cheese retailer or suburban supermarket. However you find it, we hope this guide inspires you to savour the flavours, textures and aromas of great Australian cheese.
So whether you're a fromage fanatic, or you don't know a gruyere from a gouda, grab yourself a copy:
- Cheeselovers can download a FREE electronic copy via Dairy Australia's Legendairy website.
- Cheesemongers, retailers and cheesemakers who would like to order printed copies for their shop counter or market stall can do so here.
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