Cheese Slices

2010 • Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Season 2 episodes (7)

1 Comte Gruyere and Farmhouse Morbier - France
Comte is one of the most popular cheeses in France and the most important of all those made under the strict French appellation system. This delightful cheese is still made under strict controls using traditional methods.
2 The Irish Farmhouse Revolution - Ireland
Ireland's history of making cheese dates back to ancient Celtic times but it's only in the past decade that artisan cheese makers have revived the ancient art of traditional cheese making.
3 The Legend of Roquefort - France
Roquefort is the most popular Blue cheese in France and has a fascinating history that dates back to Roman times. In fact all the world's Blue cheese made today relies on the unique blue mould that grows in famous caves.
4 Spanish Traditional Quesos - Spain
There are hundreds of traditional farmhouse cheeses made in Spain but until recently most were not well known internationally. Will Studd travels to the land of Don Quixote to see why all that is changing.
5 Australian Cheese Pioneers - Australia
In its short history Australia has developed an enviable reputation for its efficient pasture based dairy system and commodity exports , but until quite recently the only specialist cheese available in the country came from Europe.
6 Stilton, The King of English Cheese - England
Stilton is considered to be one of the greatest English Cheeses and unlike most other native traditional cheeses it has never been copied.
7 Vermont Cheese - USA
The United States is renowned for creating 'fast' processed food and the idea that there is an artisan cheese industry comes as something of a surprise to many cheese lovers.

About this show

Cheese Slices provides a unique glimpse into the skills and traditions responsible for the wonderful variety of cheese in the world today.
If you’re partial to a piece of cheese, you’re going to love this fascinating, entertaining and inspiring journey, as Master of Cheese Will Studd takes you behind the scenes of cheese making in Europe.
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