A visit to the foodies paradise of Ludlow Food Centre

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s What a glorious Afternoon it is as well because the sun has got its best hat on today and Summer has returned; but for how long! When I visited Ludlow Food Centre it certainly wasn’t Summer but extremely wet. Only a short 10 minute journey from the Fishmore Hall Hotel where I […]

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Cheesy1 Judges at the International Cheese Awards 2017

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, Today I’m recapping my first time experience of the International Cheese Awards in Nantwich, Cheshire. On Tuesday 25th July 2017 over 250 cheese aficionados from across the country & Globe gather for the worlds largest cheese awards and for two days live in cheesy heaven. The show had its 120th year in […]

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Norton’s Soft Cheeses a delicious delight

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to Norton’s Dairy which produces deliciously rich & smooth dairy products from yogurt to soft cheese. Since 1946 Norton’s have been dairy-farming but what makes them unique is that they use robotic milking so the cows choose when to be milked and every cow […]

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Rummaging for a fine soft cheese? You need to sniff out the Truffler

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, This week we move on to a more unique cheese that was suggested for me to try from the Royal Bath & West show, its called The Truffler and is made by Curds & Croust in Cornwall. Over the last year I have tried some fantastic English soft cheeses and this is […]

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A cave of wonders with the Wookey Hole Goats Cheese

Good Evening Cheesy1’s, Over the next few weeks I will be featuring new cheeses that I discovered at the Royal Bath & West Show, some are unique and others that are just downright delicious! It was a brilliant day of Judging with the UK Prime Minister Theresa May making a surprise appearance and I was […]

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British Cheese Awards within reach

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, Next week it will be time for the annual pilgrimage to Somerset for the Royal Bath & West show for the British Cheese Awards 2017. It will be my fourth year Judging and once again I’m excited for the offerings that will be there. The British Cheese Awards have received over 1,000 cheese […]

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Karst Cave-Aged Cheese

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, I have returned from my trip to Florida and I have succeeded in finding a cheese that was tasty and different in America, and It’s called Karst. It was quite expensive at $11.90 for 250g which works out at around £9.22! In America though it was worth it for a good piece […]

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Getting ready for the Sunshine State.

Good Afternoon Cheesy1’s, Sorry for the lack of posts recently but I have been building up for my visit to Florida at the end of this week. This is my return to the USA after 16 years and just thinking about the advance of Virgin Atlantic inflight entertainment is baffling! Mobiles, internet, Google just some […]

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Wayfair – The Ultimate Cheese Board

The Ultimate Cheese Board  Good Evening Cheesy1’s, This afternoon I was emailed by a lady called Brooke Magliozzi who works for the company  based in Boston. Wayfair is an online furniture and décor store. Below is a short video describing what they do and the services they offer. She had been searching the internet for […]

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A new adventure into the Guild Of Cheese Graders for the Cheesy1

Good Evening Cheesy1’s, The excitement is building because next week I will be joining Bruce Macdonald and other cheese lovers in Shropshire to become part of the Guild of Cheese Graders. The Guild was launched in 2015 by  Bruce Macdonald, a cheese grader with over 30 years’ experience and former Chairman for the International Cheese Awards. A quote from […]

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