A slice of crunchy apple is a classic flavour pairing for cheese so it makes sense that cider should be a go-to drink to accompany a platter of your favourite cheeses. In orchards just outside Debenham, the home of Aspall Cyder, Clare recently chatted with eighth generation cider-maker Henry Chevallier Guild about the wonderful match of cider and cheese.
From the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland, Doddington is a firm cheddar-style cheese with a slightly dry texture and a distinctive dark natural rind. It takes its name from the family farm where it is handmade from the warm raw milk of the farm's own herd.
"Slowly and gently" is the mantra by which Julie Cheyney makes her cheese, St Jude. This pace and tone is evident immediately upon entering her cheese room in Bungay, Suffolk. It was a real privilege to be invited for a hands-on visit to get a deeper understanding of what makes this beautiful little cheese so special.
Melted cheese is always a winner and perfect for feeding a crowd be it with a bubbling pot of fondue or a molten wedge of Raclette. Gather your family and friends to recreate an evening of authentic après ski or branch out to share the joy of cheese with an Alpine themed supper club.
Cheese lovers visiting our shops on the Suffolk Coast often ask about the different rinds they spot in our "wall of cheese" and namely are they edible? In this blog we're going to dig beneath the surface and investigate life on the edge of your cheese!
It is really important to us that when you buy a piece of our cheese and take it home it remains in great condition for you to enjoy. Read this post for some top tips for storing your cheese, if it makes it as far as your fridge of course!
Neal’s Yard Dairy is a prominent name in the world of cheese. With three shops in London and a thriving wholesale and global export business, their work is linked by a common vision: developing, curating, and delivering outstanding cheeses in excellent condition.
Happy cows are at the heart of life on Whitegate Farm, the home of Katherine and Jason Salisbury and their Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses. On a beautiful sunny day, Clare arrived to visit just as their herd of fifty milking cows bounded out into the fields for the first time since October, immediately getting their heads down to enjoy the fresh spring grass.
With its bright yellow wax coating, Norfolk Mardler is one of the most eye-catching cheeses we have in our "wall of cheese" at Slate. On their recent cheese-making trip to Norfolk, Clare and John called into Fielding Cottage to find out more about how it is made.
Registered Address: Slate Cheese Limited, 138 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AQ. Registered Company Number: 10305457. VAT Registration Number: 249907562. Slate is a trading name of Slate Cheese Limited.