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Yorkshire News: Brilliant New Cheeses to Watch Out For…

Andy Swinscoe writes for the Yorkshire News- he recently took a look at several new cheeses on offer in England including

Photo: Andy Swinscoe

Photo: Andy Swinscoe

Paul Thomas’ Little Anne

A small washed rind called Dorothy

This small washed-rind cheese shaped like a flat pebble is still under development – the early prototypes have looked good!

Anne Connolly’s Italian, raw milk inspired Federia

Baron Bigod, a brie from a farm in Norfolk

Burwash Rose made by The Dyball family at Stonegate, East Sussex

and Cais na Tire, a sheep’s milk cheese from Marion Roeleveld

full story via Yorkshire News: Brilliant New Cheeses to Watch Out For….


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