It’s not my favoured way of shopping but taking consideration of changes in shopping habits in the current circumstances - we feel like all of us are being encouraged & directed toward ‘grab & go’ kind of purchasing. It is what made me start thinking about buying individual cheeses (not cut cheeses): they are a quick and easy way of purchasing, “grab and go”. As a matter of fact the customer is getting a much better value for their money and their cheeses represent a whole
We have been so blessed with the weather in the past weeks.
Lots of eating in the garden, which inspired a few cheese boards to go on the website. Especially that Father’s Day is fast approaching. ‘ Garden Cheese Board ‘ - follows below which includes Half a Baronet, Half a kilo of Bybrook and a Lypiatt. What can I say, we live in a few hundred years old cottage which my Mother-in-law turned into a cottage flower paradise. Seasonally we have flowers popping up and make our g
It is a simple word yet it has such a powerful meaning. Especially now. It keeps popping up in advertisements, in conversations and in a lot of things. Now is the time to think about local producers, local farmers, local food, local cheese, local services, local businesses, local groceries, local areas, local people. The list is endless. A crisis like that which has been brought on us people forces us to remember, to shift our focus from boredom, less important matters and me