Cheese: The Making of a Wisconsin Tradition - Book

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Cheese: The Making of a Wisconsin Tradition - Say cheese and you say Wisconsin. It is a story of farmers, milk cows, dairy barns, and green pastures. It is a story of cheese makers who work their magic and turn milk into cheese. Award-winning author, Jerry Apps narrates the history of cheese making in Wisconsin from the 1840's to the present. Apps includes an explanation of the different varieties of Wisconsin-made cheeses and discusses the diversity of current cheese producers, their factories and technology.

Photos, Softcover, 248 pp., 7 x 10 in.


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By: Jerry Apps
Softcover
248 pages
7 x 10 in.
ISBN 0942495802
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Jerry Apps was raised on a farm in central Wisconsin. Jerry Apps is the author of more than thirty-five books on Wisconsin and U.S. history, including Ringlingville USA, published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Apps has won numerous awards for his writing. He splits his time between his home in Madison and his farm, Roshara, near Wild Rose, Wisconsin. He spends much of his time writing about rural America, particularly the northern Midwest.