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Thursday, 2 August 2012

Say Cheese

We love our cheese here at Domestic Sluttery. We want to know how to get the postman to bring it to  us (from Wychwood Deli and Farmison), what to drink with it and how to bake it.

This weekend, I visited George Mewes Cheese on Byres Road, in Glasgow. This place is a cheese lovers' paradise, where you could easily spend a morning just tasting samples of the various cheeses on offer and learning loads from the knowledgable staff into the bargain. I could also just as easily spend a fortune in there, I appear to have expensive taste - my favourite cheese of the day was £42 per kg!

Once you have all your fabulous cheeses you'll need something to eat it from. If you've been watching the London Olympics on TV (or sneakily online from your desk, we're all doing it), how about a cheeseboard in the style of an iconic London street sign? The one above is £9.99 from Lakeland.

I don't really know what all these cheese knives are for but I like the colours. Plus, owning them would make me look like I know what I'm talking about. These ones are £12.40 from Amazon.

You'll need somewhere to keep all your cheese and this cheese larder from Cheese Works is designed to let your cheese breathe (there are few thing worse in this world than sweaty cheese). At £29.95, it would make the perfect addition to your kitchen or dining room or, it would be a brilliant gift idea for the cheese fan in your life.


  1. I love cheese so much that I find it hard to narrow down to an absolute favourite. One of my favourite cheese shops though is Paxton and Whitfield (shops in London, Stratford, Bath and online). Superb selection, as well as cheese accessories and really friendly staff in the Jermyn St, Piccadilly shop. They also have a cheese club and see cheese wedding cakes!

    Also, La Fromagerie in Marylebone and Highbury is highly recommended

  2. Lincolnshire Poacher!

  3. Mull of Kintyre cheddar and Ashmore Ancient from the Cheesemakers of Canterbury

  4. I love most cheeses but dont eat that often because they are so fattening. I really can not resist A Spanish Manchego though.


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