What’s Berkswell like? Dense textured, hard sheeps cheese which has been matured for around 4 months. A robust, complex ,sweet and nutty flavour.
Where’s it from? Made by the Berkswell Cheese company at the perfectly named Ram Hall, in Berkwell, West Midlands.
Packaging: This cheese is UNPASTEURISED and comes as a wrapped 150g wedge.
If you make these cheese scones small they’ll be delicious to eat with soup. If you include the rind of Berkswell you’ll get delicious hits of flavour melting into the dough.
With it’s hard texture it’s an ideal cheese to sprinkle over Spaghetti Carbonara.
Pork loin is one of the easiest cuts of meat to cook for dinner as it slices up nicely and is juicy and tender. This recipe uses Berkswell, complementing the sharpness from the sun-dried tomatoes and saltiness of the pancetta. Altogether, gorgeous!
These brilliant biscuits from Milk Made can be cut into squares or circles. Make double the recipe, and you can keep a roll of the dough in the freezer to pull out and bake when friends drop by for unexpected drinks.
These Cauliflower Pastries need a hard cheese that melts well and complements the slight nuttiness of cauliflower. A vegetarian treat for all to enjoy.