Want to learn how to pair like a pro?
‘The Queen of Cheese’ is back with her second book! Pair your way to the perfect grazing platter with The Modern Cheeseboard by Morgan McGlynn, a sumptuous guide to putting together the perfect cheeseboard for any occasion.
With 40 stunning arrangements to suit all tastes, gatherings, events and seasons, each board clearly breaks down the elements required — the cheeses, the accompaniments, the garnishes – and uniquely brings together the most delicious flavours that perfectly match Morgan’s expert cheese selection, with clear preparation and assembly instructions.
There’s detailed pairing advice for herbs, meats, fruit & veg, edible flowers, wines and spirits, and even recipes to make your own pickles and chutneys. With boards ranging from everyday classics to the ultimate showstopper grazing table alongside ideas for key dates throughout the year and inspiration from around the world, The Modern Cheeseboard is guaranteed to wow whether it’s
cheese for one, dinner for two, or a room full of party guests.
“This book inspires, educates and makes you salivate. Morgan is the Queen of Cheese.” - Simon Rimmer
Morgan McGlynn is the owner of Cheeses of Muswell Hill, an award-winning independent cheese shop in North London. She is also the resident Cheese Expert on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, a cheese consultant for leading retailers, and the author of The Modern Cheesemaker (2019). Morgan says: “My life has been consumed by cheese for over 14 years, in the best possible way. I started making cheeseboards when I was 20 and I would take them to friends and family when visiting: the boards were a creative outlet for me and started as a hobby. As the years went on and I opened my cheese shop, customers would ask me if I could put together boards for them. I have since created hundreds of custom cheeseboards, from a cosy two person board to full grazing tables for over 200 people. Whatever the board, guests are always wowed by the concept of sharing a gorgeous eye catching plate of culinary wonders.”