This week we have the wonderful Pitchfork Cheddar. I was late to this cheese and didn't try it until late last year. I added it to my Christmas cheeseboard instantly. It's a gorgeously nutty, savoury and creamy cheese with a glorious golden colour.
This week’s Cheese of the Week is Rosary Ash, a lovely fresh goat's cheese from Rosary Goat's Cheese.
This week's Cheese of the Week is Sinodun Hill, a gorgeous goat's cheese from Norton and Yarrow Cheese in Oxfordshire. Its a personal favourite that I discovered in December 2019 on a pre Christmas day trip to London at the fantastic Neal's Yard shop in Covent Garden.
This week’s Cheese of the Week is Bath Soft Cheese. Its a gorgeous organic soft cheese made on a farm near Bath in the Brie style.
A pasteurised grass-fed cow’s milk clothbound cheddar, oak smoked with oak chips from trees grown on the Quickes estate in Devon. Large wheels of 12-15 month old cheese selected for a particular flavour profile are cut down to smaller pieces so that the smoke can penetrate the cheese. They are then cold smo
I'm ashamed to say that I hadn't tried this fantastic Devon Blue cheese until last summer but I think I've made up for that now. If you haven't tried it then I would rush out and get some.
Lypiatt is a fresh, ‘chevre-style’, mould ripened cheese made with buttery rich pasteurised Jersey milk inspired by the ashes goat’s cheeses of the Loire. It has a wonderful charcoal dusted wrinkly rind and a light moussey texture which breaks down over time.
An old-Style Wensleydale cheese, named in celebration and honour of Kit Calvert MBE, the legendary Yorkshire businessman, who helped save the Wensleydale Creamery from closure in the 1930s. This is another British territorial cheese.
This is one of my favourite speedy recipes which I adapted from Serious Eats. It genuinely only needs only 3 ingredients: macaroni, grated cheddar and evaporated milk.
Appleby's Cheshire cheese is a timeless, traditional British Territorial cheese. Appleby's is the only raw milk, clothbound, farmhouse Cheshire still in production, despite the fact that Cheshire was once the most prized British cheese.