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Exceptional cheeses need accompaniments that will complement their individual flavours. We’ve taken great care to select products that pair perfectly with the cheeses we sell. Remember, if you would like any advice or recommendations for planning a cheeseboard, we’re always happy to help.
If you’re looking for crackers, crispbreads and oatcakes that won’t compete with subtle delicate cheeses, you’ll find the crispiest handbaked choices here. If you like to contrast silky soft cheeses with sweet flavours and palate-pleasing textures, why not try some delicious artisan fruit and nut studded toasts?
We stock outstanding chutneys and preserves too. Make sure you try Eastgate Larder’s medlar cheese, produced from locally grown medlars. We’re also very proud of our very own award-winning chilli jam, made in our Aldeburgh kitchen.
We’re very grateful to Jane Steward from Eastgate Larder for introducing us to the long-forgotten medlar and medlar cheese, which she makes at home in Norfolk. Jane uses the concentrated pulp of locally grown medlars, along with local sugar and natural pectin from lemon juice. A great addition to a cheese board with hard or soft cheese, medlar cheese goes particularly well with East Anglian favourites St Jude and Norfolk Tawny. Visitors to our shops can also buy Jane’s medlar cheese by the slice, much like Spanish quince cheese, or membrillo. Read more
Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Miller's Elements Flame-baked Water Crackers are made from flour and water— and absolutely nothing else. Flame-baked for toasty crispness, they are the perfect backdrop for our full-flavoured cheeses. Endlessly versatile, we would top these textbook crackers with any one of the cheeses in our shop — and be very happy doing so! We love the satisfying crunch they deliver while allowing the cheese to be the star of the show. Read more
These gluten free crackers are made with crispy almonds, sweet honey and aromatic rosemary. Twice baked, they offer a fresh flavour dimension and an unbeatable crunch. We particularly like them with hard cheese and goat’s cheese. They are part of a range created by the Lawless family, who started baking gluten free goodies on their farm in the West of Ireland in 2004. They have since picked up over 50 Great Taste awards for their range. Give them a try to discover why! Read more
These Swedish style sourdough crispbreads (or knäckebröd) are the perfect partner for any cheese. We love to slather them with soft cheese or top them with a crumbly blue. Created by Peter Ljungqvist, Peter’s Yard sourdough crispbreads started out in a Skånegård bakery deep in the Swedish countryside. Now baked here in the UK, the team faithfully follow the original Swedish recipe. Their sourdough is fed daily and allowed to ferment for 16 hours before each batch is baked. Read more
Fig chutney and cheese are a match made in heaven, and Rosebuds Preserves Fig Chutney is the best we’ve ever tasted. This rich and piquant mix of juicy figs, molassed sugar, warm cinnamon and sweet fresh orange is an ideal accompaniment to our strong Cheddars or our soft cheeses. Made at Rosebuds Farm in Yorkshire, Elspeth Bilcroft uses the skills and recipes handed down by her mother. She ensures her ingredients are fresh and flavoursome by only gathering or buying in season. Read more
Slate Chilli Jam is handmade by Kim, the head chef in our Aldeburgh kitchen. We were delighted when it won a Gold Great Taste Award in 2017, where the judges described it as “a really well-balanced chilli jam.” Neither too hot nor too sweet, Kim’s tomato-based recipe contains just enough chillies to deliver a moreish kick. This versatile preserve is delicious on a cheeseboard alongside strong cheeses, especially our mature Cheddars. Read more
The Fine Cheese Company’s Toast for Cheese are made with around 60% fruits, nuts and seeds for a sweet and nutty accompaniment for your favourite cheeses. We love this variety with dates, hazelnuts and pumpkin seeds, which pairs deliciously with our soft and creamy cheeses. Thin and light, their crispness is achieved by baking them twice, like a biscotti. Spread them with sumptuous soft and creamy cheeses for the ultimate end to a meal or a magnificent afternoon snack. Read more
Your Piece Baking Company made it their mission to bring the world real handmade Scottish oatcakes and we’re very glad they did! Made only from oats from farms in Fife, these oatcakes are hand-rolled with a rolling pin. 'Fife Cut' refers to the classic triangular shape used by generations of Fife bakers, whose methods and recipes they faithfully uphold. Add a slice of cheese and some chutney for a truly satisfying snack. Read more
These are the best gluten free crackers we have ever tried. Twice baked, The Foods of Athenry’s Sodabread Toasts are packed with nutritious sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and linseeds. The Lawless family started their specialist bakery in 2004, building a gluten free facility on their family farm in the West of Ireland. They have since picked up over 50 Great Taste awards for their range! These multiseed crackers are some of their most versatile and are delicious with most types of cheese. Read more
These gluten free crackers from The Foods of Athenry are made with crispy almonds, sweet honey and aromatic rosemary. Twice baked, they offer a fresh flavour dimension and an unbeatable crunch. We particularly like them with hard cheese and goat’s cheese. They are part of a range created by the Lawless family, who started baking gluten free goodies on their farm in the West of Ireland in 2004. They have since picked up over 50 Great Taste awards for their range. Give them a try to discover why! Read more