« back to encyclopedia search results
A light, crumbly, fresh-tasting cheese originally-made by made by Olivia Goodwillie at Lavistown House, Lavistown, Kilkenny, Ireland from unpasteurised cows' milk - to an original Swaledale recipe.
The cheese is now made by Knockdrinna Farm House Cheese (still in County Kilkenny) but using local pasteurised cows milk.
It has a tangy flavour when young, but becomes more Cheddar-like as it matures. For more information see www.knockdrinna.com (http://www.knockdrinna.com/)
If you enjoy cooking take a minute to look at ‘Simon Scrutton French Cookery Classes’ on Google – and learn how to make top class bistro-style dishes. Classes take place in the beautiful Charente region of France & can be combined with a holiday, they are suitable for beginners upwards. Especially for those hoping to open their own restaurant. Small classes.