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Meze Cheeseboard

The Meze Cheeseboard

13 January 2019 — Features

The “Meze Cheeseboard” With the Meze Cheeseboard you present just one cheese and surround it with a range of carefully chosen accompaniments for both contradictory textures and complimentary flavours. Without […]

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Brinkworth Blue

A focus on: Brinkworth Dairy

12 January 2019 — Features

Found a few miles east of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, is the small town of Brinkworth where you can find Hill End Farm – home of Brinkworth Dairy. The farm has been […]

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Cheese and Literature

Cheese in Classic Literature

9 January 2019 — Features

Like blue veins through a Stilton, cheese runs deep through our history and culture, so it’s inevitable that it will be present in our literature too. Here are five pieces […]

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Cambus O’May Cheese

A focus on: Cambus O’May Cheese Company

12 December 2018 — Features

Set a few miles east of the picturesque village of Ballater in Royal Deeside, Scotland, sits Cambus O′May Cheese Company’s creamery, where they produce handcrafted cheeses using unpasteurised milk from […]

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Brie De Meaux

Yes! Its good for you too…

10 November 2018 — Features, News

There is a lot more to cheese’s health benefits than most people think. Cheese is one of the most concentrated sources of key nutrients, including calcium, protein, and vitamins A, B12 […]

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Dreamy Cheese

Does cheese make for sweet dreams?

24 October 2018 — Cheese Facts, Features

While it’s widely accepted that certain types of cheese can induce dreams in most people, the influence of cheese depends on several factors, such as the age and type of […]

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Eating cheese during pregnancy

8 October 2018 — Features

Pregnancy and Cheese We’d like to clear up a question we get asked regularly: which cheeses can or can’t I eat during pregnancy? Whether a pregnant woman can or can’t […]

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A Secret History of Reblochon

7 October 2018 — Cheese Facts, Cheesemakers, Features

‘Pinch a cow’s udder again…’ No we haven’t eaten so much cheese that we’ve lost our grasp on reality, this is simply the translation of the word ‘Reblochon’, which derives from […]

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Camembert

13 facts about the greatest food on earth

6 October 2018 — Features

Cheese. Where would we brie without it? Here are some amazing cheese facts for hardcore cheese nerds like us: 1. Cheese is bought by over 98% of British households. 2. […]

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