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STILTON CHEESE: A History

Hickman, Trevor

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ISBN 10: 1445607638 / ISBN 13: 9781445607634
Published by Amberley, 2012
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Title: STILTON CHEESE: A History

Publisher: Amberley

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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Synopsis:

There is a lot of controversy over the history of Stilton cheese: its origins, who first made it, and who now has the rights to the name and recipe. Trevor Hickman has delved into the National Archives to explore the story of this famous cheese. In this new book on the subject, he sets down the facts of the cheese’s origin, development and history to the present day. He explains how Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire became the centre for Stilton cheese production and emphasises its importance as a leading area of speciality food production.

About the Author:

Trevor Hickman was born in the village of Wymondham and from an early age has been interested in local history. As a consultant and director of two publishing organisations, he designed and marketed books with a major interest in local history, particularly on Leicestershire. He taught bookbinding at the School of Printing in Leicester until retirement and has since compiled many books on local history. He has studied the history and manufacture of Stilton Cheese for over forty years.

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