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Food Equals Happy Me

When you think of classic flavour combinations you think of things like Tomato & Basil or Pork & Apple. Well I have one more to add to that list – Cheese & Honeycomb… yes that’s right, I said Cheese AND Honeycomb.

Fresh Honeycomb Cheeseboard 1

One of my favourite things is a cheeseboard (even better when accompanied by a glass of wine) and I recently discovered the amazing thing that is fresh honeycomb on a cheeseboard. It was a revelation, how did I not realise how good these two things are together!

Just like you would have a nice fruit paste on a cheeseboard, the sweet honeycomb works so well with strong cheeses like bitey vintage or especially blue cheese. Since I discovered this amazing combination it has featured on every cheeseboard I have put out whilst entertaining, and in the process everyone that has tried it has raved about this new-found flavour combo.

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