As these goat’s cheese balls are baked rather than fried, they’re a lot lighter and allows you to keep the freshness of the goat’s cheese flavour. We’re using Dazel Ash Log as it has a very smooth clean flavour.
Earthy mushrooms, moreish linguine and sweet (and extremely pongy!) Stinking Bishop are the core components of this dish. The recipe can be found in Milk Made which is a book about cheese… How to choose it, serve it and eat it.
Cheese gratin is already dreamy, so paired with gorgeously creamy and sweet Stinking Bishop takes this Gratin to a whole new level. Stinking Bishop Gratin is great paired with many dishes, but particularly good with lamb.
Beef Wellington is a classic British that we’ve spruced up with a wonderful French blue cheese. Fourme d’Ambert AOC is creamy and rich which makes it ideal for a layer in a beef wellington, adding depth of flavour to every mouthful.
We’ve totally cheated in this cheese vol-au-vent recipe, using ready-made puff pastry and pre-cooked chicken. But the filling is the star of the show. Made with rich triple-cream Bix it’s a total showstopper.
We’ve slightly fallen in love with Black Cow Vodka, made from milk! So we’re featuring this Cheesy Pasta alla Vodka recipe using their vodka, and of course, their Black Cow Deluxe Cheddar. Ghengis Khan would be proud.