'Cheese Slices' DVD series, by Will Studd


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'Cheese Slices' DVD series, by Will Studd

FishTales | Nov 20, 2013 09:43 AM

Are we late to the party? Are we the only ones who weren't aware of this great DVD series? The episodes were produced for & first aired on an Australian tv station but the creameries featured span the globe:

Cheese Slices, Volume 1 2008

1. Gorgonzola & Cave Ripened Tallegio
2. Goat Cheese of Poitou, France
3. Pecorino Toscano
4. Parmigiano Reggiano & Grana Padano
5. Normandy Camembert
6. Farmhouse English Cheddar

Cheese Slices, Volume 2 2008

1. The Irish Cheese Renaissance
2. Comté Gruyere & Farmhouse Morbier
3. Spanish Traditional Quesos
4. The Legend of Roquefort
5. Australian Cheese Pioneers
6. Vermont Cheddar
7. Stilton, the King of English Cheese

Cheese Slices, Volume 3, disc 1 2008

1. Greece - Feta, Food of the Gods
2. The Basque - Ossau Iraty
3. France – Massif Central & Auvergne
4. France – Soft Washed Rind Cheese

Cheese Slices, Volume 3, disc 2 2008

1. Savoie/Franche Comté – Cheese of the Alps
2. Switzerland – Mountain Cheese
3. the Netherlands
4. USA – New Farmstead Cheese
of Northern California

Cheese Slices, Volume 4, disc 1 2009

1. The Champion of English Cheese
2. Traditional Cheese of Corsica & Sardinia
3. Artisan Cheese of Quebec
4. Traditional Cheese of Portugal
5. Mozzarella & the Cheese of Campania

Cheese Slices, Volume 4, disc 2 2009

1. Farmstead Cheese of Wisconsin
2. Authentic Haloumi Cheese, Cypress
3. Artisan Cheese of America
4. Brie from Brie & the French Affineur
5. The Japanese Cheese Revolution

Cheese Slices, Volume 5, disc 1 2011

1. Norway
2. Sicily
3. Denmark
4. Scotland
5. Piedmont, Italy

Cheese Slices, Volume 5, disc 2 2011

1. Wales
2. Tasmania
3. Provence
4. Germany

The photography & narration are interesting, informative, well-paced &, simply, great.

I poked around a lot & finally found a few of the discs on eBay & Amazon. Then I discovered that Rogue Creamery sells the entire series here:

& then by opening the 'available options' drop box all 5 discs become available. Note that their shipping charges are based on the weight ratio of cheese/dollar, but a phone call or email to them will drop shipping back to a realistic level.

Usual caveats, we've nothing to gain by their sales of cheese or DVDs, &c &c &c (but they make a mean smoked blue...).


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