Found in the Best of British Cheese Tasting Box:
Mull of Kintyre (200g) – A rich, classic Cheddar that’s full of character
Cropwell Bishop Stilton (200g) – A supremely creamy Stilton
Cornish Yarg (250g) – A tasty nettle-wrapped Cornish cheese
Golden Cenarth (200g) – Creamy, Welsh and soft-washed in cider
Berkswell (180g) – Pecorino-like,sweet and nutty ewe’s milk cheese
The total weight will be approximately 1030g.
Hot Cropwell Bishop Stilton and Spinach Puffs
These little puff pasty bites are bound to be popular at parties, they look wonderful and taste divine! They’re really simple to make, too. Here’s the recipe.
Steak with Beauvale Pappardelle
Beauvale is a slightly milder blue than Stilton, but with an excellent depth of flavour and rich, soft taste. It’s perfect with pasta and balances well with meat which is why it’s the ideal blue for this Steak Pappardelle. Here’s the recipe.
Berkswell Cheese Scones
If you make these British cheese scones small they’ll be delicious to eat with soup. The taste of Berkswell is sweet and dryish, very similar to a Pecorino, and if you include the rind you’ll get delicious hits of flavour melting into the dough. Full recipe here.
Spaghetti Carbonara with Berkswell
Serve with a hunk of garlic bread and some lambs lettuce leaves to complement this simple but gorgeous dish. Full recipe.
Spinach, pasta and Stilton bake
Pasta bakes are a simple meal that the whole family can enjoy, the Stilton from Cropwell Bishop in this recipe gives it a creaminess, as well as a salty, nutty edge. Serve with warm crusty bread. Full recipe here.
Stilton stuffed chicken under a brick
Recipe courtesy of Arthur Potts Dawson and ‘Grown in Britain Cookbook‘ published by Dorling Kindersley.