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A Little History of Appleby's Cheshire

A Little History of Appleby's Cheshire

“Give me leave to add further, that the grass of this country has a peculiar good quality, so that they make great store of cheese, more agreeable and better relish’d than those of any other parts of the kingdom, even when they procure the same dairy women to make them.”

A Little History of Kirkham's Lancashire

A Little History of Kirkham's Lancashire

Lancashire is one of the most traditional cheeses in Britain, and evidence suggest that cheeses of this kind were being made as far back as the 13th century. In 1939, there were more than 200 different producers in the country. Today, however, Kirkham’s is the only raw milk farmhouse Lancashire being produced anywhere in the world

Cheese Care - Quick Guide

Cheese Care - Quick Guide

Farmhouse cheese is handmade and thus varies with each day’s production and changes as it matures. As such it is necessary to apply a common sense approach to cheese care and respond to the cheese you have in front of you, as opposed to following rigid guidelines. Here are some pointers which will help you to ensure you eat your cheese at its best.

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