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Written in English


  • Cheese,
  • Cheesemaking

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Visits cheesemakers, cheese sellers, and dairy farmers in England, France, Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Discusses the importance of cheese in cuisine and culture.

Edition Notes

Other titlesPlanet food., Globe trekker (Television program)
Statementproduced by Pilot Film and TV Productions ; produced and directed by Navin Thapar ; executive producer, Ian Cross
SeriesPlanet food collection, Planet food collection
ContributionsLovell, Rosie, onscreen presenter, Chinn, Bobby, onscreen presenter, McCormick, Megan (Megan Leah), onscreen presenter, Parker, Merilees, onscreen presenter, Chang, Christina, onscreen presenter, Barnes, Brianna, onscreen presenter, Shapiro, Justine, onscreen presenter, May, Angela, onscreen presenter, Pilot Film and Television Productions
LC ClassificationsSF271 .S767 2015
The Physical Object
Format[videorecording] /
Pagination1 videodisc (53 min.)
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26963809M

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