Cheese & The Forest Larder

The Cistercian Monks at the abbey at Beaulieu were making cheeses in the 13th century. But there can be little doubt that the New Forest cheeses of today are a far cry from their creations from necessity. Meltingly soft, rich and pungent –they are magical creations from the forest larder, complemented perfectly by a host of preserves, jams, chutneys and fruits created often from foraged foods.
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Did you know…  … a cheese tower featuring New Forest cheeses was shipped to The British Consul in Munich, for Her Majesty’s Birthday, on board a bmi plane, from Southampton airport.

Did you know… … a cheese tower featuring New Forest cheeses was shipped to The British Consul in Munich, for Her Majesty’s Birthday, on board a bmi plane, from Southampton airport.

An interview with Mike Smales of Lyburn Cheese

An interview with Mike Smales of Lyburn Cheese

Claire Lee had to go half way round the world and back again before she found her passion – for producing artisan, far-Eastern inspired chutney.   But since she first started experimenting in her New Forest kitchen she’s gone from strength-to-strength, winning awards and selling 30 product lines through local stores and from her own website.  ‘I left

Claire Lee had to go half way round the world and back again before she found her passion – for producing artisan, far-Eastern inspired chutney. But since she first started experimenting in her New Forest kitchen she’s gone from strength-to-strength, winning awards and selling 30 product lines through local stores and from her own website. ‘I left

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Cheeeeeeeeese! Yes. We all love it.  But unless you count the Cistercian Monks at the Abbey at Beaulieu, who were making cheeses in the 13th century, the New Forest doesn’t actually have an enormous cheese-making heritage. Still, who cares about all that when cheese-making in the New Forest today is so good?  Meltingly soft, rich and pungent,

Cheeeeeeeeese! Yes. We all love it. But unless you count the Cistercian Monks at the Abbey at Beaulieu, who were making cheeses in the 13th century, the New Forest doesn’t actually have an enormous cheese-making heritage. Still, who cares about all that when cheese-making in the New Forest today is so good? Meltingly soft, rich and pungent,

Who loves cheese?! Check out our event with Lyburn Cheese at The Drift Inn ¦ Headline Events | New Forest Food Fest 2016

Who loves cheese? Check out our event with Lyburn Cheese at The Drift Inn ¦ Headline Events

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