12 delicious cheeses for Christmas

The British cheesemaking scene is as vibrant and exciting as it has ever been, so there’s really no excuse for … Continue reading “12 delicious cheeses for Christmas”

A guide to washed-rind cheeses

What is a washed-rind cheese, and how can something smell so bad but taste so good? We delve into the … Continue reading “A guide to washed-rind cheeses”

Sourdough: beyond bread

At Peter’s Yard, we love sourdough – for us, the malty flavour with its subtle tang and the beautiful bubbly … Continue reading “Sourdough: beyond bread”

Northern Ireland’s emerging cheese scene

Clare Finney talks to Mike Thomson of Mike’s Fancy Cheese about the new wave of artisan cheesemakers in Northern Ireland and how … Continue reading “Northern Ireland’s emerging cheese scene”

2018 Great Taste Award results

We are absolutely delighted that all of our recipes have been recognised at this year’s Great Taste Awards, with four … Continue reading “2018 Great Taste Award results”

Britain’s best cheesemongers: The Bristol Cheesemonger

From a small shipping container at Bristol’s trendy Wapping Wharf, Rosie Morgan single-handedly supplies artisan cheeses to the city’s thriving … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemongers: The Bristol Cheesemonger”

Midsummer traditions

Like many European countries, Sweden’s holidays and celebrations are based around the Christian calendar: Christmas, Epiphany, Twelfth Night, Easter and … Continue reading “Midsummer traditions”

How to make a flower garland head dress

Greenery is an important feature of Midsummer’s Eve. Birch tree branches are used as decor and flowers are gathered to … Continue reading “How to make a flower garland head dress”

The best cheesemongers in the UK

The UK now produces close to 1,000 different varieties of cheese, with new ones hitting shop shelves every month. But … Continue reading “The best cheesemongers in the UK”

Solo: The Joy of Cooking for One

We caught up with our friend, food writer Signe Johansen, about her new book ‘Solo: The Joy of Cooking for … Continue reading “Solo: The Joy of Cooking for One”

How to dye eggs for Easter decorations

The påskris is a classic Easter decoration in Sweden; brightly coloured feathers are tied to birch tree branches, bringing a … Continue reading “How to dye eggs for Easter decorations”

Swedish Easter traditions

Easter in Sweden can feel quite different to the holiday in the UK. While the British Isles may well be … Continue reading “Swedish Easter traditions”

Lagom: The Swedish art of eating harmoniously

Steffi Knowles-Dellner is a Swedish food stylist, author and blogger. She tells us about her new book ‘Lagom: The Swedish … Continue reading “Lagom: The Swedish art of eating harmoniously”

Swedish Advent and Christmas traditions

Christmas is a time when Swedes hunker down for what is invariably a lengthy winter, with short days and many … Continue reading “Swedish Advent and Christmas traditions”

Foraging Swedish Style

Ask permission. In the UK, all land is owned by an individual or an organisation. Check who owns the land … Continue reading “Foraging Swedish Style”

Great British Food Awards

We are thrilled that our Sea Salt Crispbread Bites have been crowned the Best Savoury Snack at the Great British … Continue reading “Great British Food Awards”

Great British Cheese Awards

When the judges at the 2015 Great Taste Awards named our sourdough crispbread “The best biscuit for cheese out there” … Continue reading “Great British Cheese Awards”

Great Taste Awards 2017 results

We are delighted to have won a gold star for five of our recipes at this year’s Great Taste Awards, … Continue reading “Great Taste Awards 2017 results”

Autumn: Foraging and Utflykt

The Swedish summer may be short-lived, with only a few months of warm, sun-filled days and nights, but the Swedes … Continue reading “Autumn: Foraging and Utflykt”

A guide to British cheese varieties

There are over 750 cheeses produced in Britain today, from classic cheddars to more unusual modern varieties, but just sixty … Continue reading “A guide to British cheese varieties”

10 of the very best British cheeses

We asked our friends at Great British Chefs to put together a truly delicious list of the ten cheeses which prove Britain is … Continue reading “10 of the very best British cheeses”

Chefs’ ‘must have’ cheeses

We all love a good cheeseboard, but which cheeses do the UK’s Michelin-starred chefs have to sneak a bite of … Continue reading “Chefs’ ‘must have’ cheeses”

Britain’s best cheesemakers: Yorkshire Pecorino

Nancy Anne Harbord pays Mario Olianas a visit at his home in Leeds to see how Yorkshire Pecorino – the … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemakers: Yorkshire Pecorino”

Britain’s best cheesemongers: Country Cheeses

By only stocking cheeses they can source direct from farms and producers in the South West, Country Cheeses has grown … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemongers: Country Cheeses”

Britain’s best cheesemakers: Cornish Gouda

When Giel Spierings returned from college to find his family’s dairy farm up for sale, he decided to do something … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemakers: Cornish Gouda”

Britain’s best cheesemakers: Two Hoots Cheese

 Great British Chefs pay a visit to Two Hoots Cheese – who produce the acclaimed Barkham Blue – to find out … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemakers: Two Hoots Cheese”

Britain’s best cheesemakers: Fen Farm Dairy

After being named Best Artisan Producer at this year’s Great British Cheese Awards, we caught up with Jonny Crickmore from … Continue reading “Britain’s best cheesemakers: Fen Farm Dairy”

Great Taste Awards: 3 stars and Top 50 food

Out of 10,000 entries into this year’s Great Taste awards, Peter’s Yard’s Original Artisan Crispbread has been awarded three stars … Continue reading “Great Taste Awards: 3 stars and Top 50 food”