What does Ragstone log taste like? Ragstone is a unpasteurised soft log-shaped goat’s cheese which takes its name from Ragstone ridge from when Neal’s Yard Creamery was based in Kent.
Where’s it from? Made by the Neal’s Yard Creamery in Herefordshire. Ragstone is a UNPASTEURISED 200g log-shaped whole cheese.
You can also buy Ragstone Log as part of The Connoisseur Gift Box.
These Pistachio and Goat’s Cheese balls make an excellent starter, or a snack for evening entertaining. The tangy, creamy goat’s cheese combines well with the savoury, salty, nutty pistachio flavours. The green colour really adds some pizzazz!
Bake these goat’s cheese balls instead of frying so that they’re a lot lighter. It also helps you to keep the freshness of the goat’s cheese flavour.
Kebabs using Rosemary sprigs infuse the food with a deep aroma, whilst blends exquisitely with the creaminess of the Ragstone.
This Spinach and Goat’s Cheese Fried Chicken uses Dazel Ash log as stuffing. Serve with steamed veg and crushed new potatoes for a wonderful weekday dinner.
If there’s a better combination than goat’s cheese, beetroot and walnut we’re yet to find it. Try it in this amazing salad.
Doesn’t chicken stuffed with goat’s cheese sound an absolute delight? How about wrapped in crispy prosciutto? Delicious!
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