British Regional Cheese – Golden Cross

by Sherbhert Editor

This outstanding goat’s cheese is made at Greenacres Farm, near Lewes in East Sussex, using unpasteurised milk from the farm’s own goats. Tubular in shape, this dense, soft textured, delicately nutty cheese is coated in a layer of ash, over which a white mould rind develops. It’s best to keep it at an ambient room temperature for a couple of hours before you want to eat it and it should then be at its most delicious. You can find out more at http://www.goldencrosscheese.co.uk

This cheese is also good with the Warm Purple Broccoli Salad, see Local and seasonal in January – Purple Sprouting Broccoli and Making a Meal of it. in place of the suggested Stilton and Old Winchester cheeses.

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