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THE HUNGRY GUEST CHEESE ROOM Our climate controlled cheese room houses an exceptional collection of artisan and farmhouse cheeses sourced from mainland Europe and across the British Isles, here you can expect to find a seasonal taste experience to suit

Have you planned your Christmas cheeseboard yet? Are you a big Stilton fan or do you like to try something different each year? Whatever your thoughts, we think it's nice to keep a cheeseboard well-balanced with different textures, milk-types, sizes and shapes and to keep accompaniments simple #TheNaturalChoice

Have you planned your Christmas cheeseboard yet? Are you a big Stilton fan or do you like to try something different each year? Whatever your thoughts, we think it's nice to keep a cheeseboard well-balanced with different textures, milk-types, sizes and shapes and to keep accompaniments simple #TheNaturalChoice

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Food blogger creates Easter egg made of the most delicious substance in the world

Introducing the Cheester Egg. This year, cheese entrepreneur Annem of So Wrong It's Nom, is introducing the world to an alternative Easter gift.

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What are your favourite cheeses to eat with our #sourdough crispbreads? We think our Spelt & Fig crispbread is #TheNaturalChoice for a salty blue, while our Original recipe can be paired with just about anything #TuesdayCheeseday

What are your favourite cheeses to eat with our crispbreads? We think our Spelt & Fig crispbread is for a salty blue, while our Original recipe can be paired with just about anything

We're judging for the #GreatBritishCheeseAwards today with @gbchefs and with so many wonderful British cheeses, it's going to be tough! Did you know that there are over 750 cheeses produced in Britain today? But just sixty years ago, Britain’s cheese industry was in a pretty poor state. The Second World War and its rationing system had forced all cheesemakers to produce a single type of cheese called Government Cheddar – meaning all the unique farmhouse varieties ceased to exist. Thankfully…

We're judging for the #GreatBritishCheeseAwards today with @gbchefs and with so many wonderful British cheeses, it's going to be tough! Did you know that there are over 750 cheeses produced in Britain today? But just sixty years ago, Britain’s cheese industry was in a pretty poor state. The Second World War and its rationing system had forced all cheesemakers to produce a single type of cheese called Government Cheddar – meaning all the unique farmhouse varieties ceased to exist. Thankfully…

The Perfect Cheeseboard selected for us by Fiona and Jess of The Cheese School

The Perfect Cheeseboard selected for us by Fiona and Jess of The Cheese School

Cheese board at Pollen St Social by @_JasonAtherton

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Genshu sake with Tunworth's creamy Winslade cheese - a cheese pairing that's a little different.

Genshu sake with Tunworth's creamy Winslade cheese - a cheese pairing that's a little different.

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