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Books by Steven Jenkins

Steve Jenkins grew up in Columbia, Missouri. Upon graduation from high school he moved to New York City to pursue a career in acting. That was in 1973. While waiting for his big break into show-biz, he took a job in a cheese store. After a year he became manager, but he found retail rote; two years and a couple of minor soap opera roles later, he was fired for telling the owner he was in the store when he was actually in his apartment. Jenkins then met Joel Dean and Giorgio DeLuca, and became their first employee. He created a new sensory experience by liberating cheese from the confines of a refrigerator case at the now legendary Dean & DeLuca specialty food shop. He built pyramids of cheese atop the counter using hundreds of pounds of orange, rock-hard, aged Goudas. He used slabs of Carrara marble and wooden cutting boards to display Bries and heaped Pillivuyt porcelain souffle dishes with fresh goat cheese sprinkled with herbs and drizzled with olive oil. The more Steven learned about cheese, the more he realized that this country was sorely lacking in its selection of truly great cheeses. So he went to France in search of "real" cheese. On his return, his shipments from Rungis began to arrive--cheese the likes of which had never been tasted before in New York. Real Brie from Brie, and real Camembert from Normandy. The next six years he traveled frequently throughout the cheese-producing regions of France, Switzerland and Italy. Jenkins has created and/or revamped the cheese counters at Dean & DeLuca, the Fairway Market, Balducci's, and other celebrated fine food shops in New York and across the country. He has rejoined the Fairway Market. Jenkins was the first American to be awarded France's prestigious Chevalier du Taste Fromage and is frequent contibutor to Food Arts, Food & Wine, and the Gourmet Retailer. Since the publication of Cheese Primer in November 1996, Steve Jenkins has become a regular commentator on the National Public Radio Program The Splendid Table, and he was the recipient of the prestigious James Beard Award in the reference category for this book.
Ceramics of the '50s and '60s By Steven Jenkins
Ceramics of the '50s and '60sby Steven Jenkins
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Midwinter Pottery By Steven Jenkins
Midwinter Potteryby Steven Jenkins
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$52.69
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Portmeirion Pottery By Steven Jenkins
Portmeirion Potteryby Steven Jenkins
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$53.49
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Midwinter Pottery By Steven Jenkins
Midwinter Potteryby Steven Jenkins
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$46.99
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Emma Bridgewater By Steven Jenkins
Emma Bridgewaterby Steven Jenkins
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$169.99
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Midwinter Pottery By Steven Jenkins
Midwinter Potteryby Steven Jenkins
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$60.99
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Mastering Sales Leadership By Steven Jenkins
Mastering Sales Leadershipby Steven Jenkins
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Cheese Primer By Steven Jenkins
Cheese Primerby Steven Jenkins
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$22.49
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Burn The Dead By Steven Jenkins
Burn The Deadby Steven Jenkins
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$20.99
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Burn The Dead By Steven Jenkins
Burn The Deadby Steven Jenkins
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$29.99
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Thea By Steven Jenkins
Theaby Steven Jenkins
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The Nobody Man By Steven Jenkins
The Nobody Manby Steven Jenkins
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$24.49
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Thea II By Steven Jenkins
Thea IIby Steven Jenkins
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Rotten Bodies By Steven Jenkins
Rotten Bodiesby Steven Jenkins
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$12.99
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Discover Cross Stitch By Steven Jenkins
Discover Cross Stitchby Steven Jenkins
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Eyes On You By Steven Jenkins
Eyes On Youby Steven Jenkins
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