Fruitcake & Cheese
Fruitcake and cheese: a match made in heaven!
A classic tradition throughout Lancashire and Yorkshire is to serve rich, heady and dense fruitcake with a slice of fresh, zesty, crumbly cheese. It’s a perfect match – no wonder it’s become a tradition!
Small includes a small (400g) fruitcake and 310g Wensleydale; Large is double the size!
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This cheese and fruitcake box includes:
Fruitcake. 400g / 2 x 400g
Made by Robert Didier, who trained under Raymond Blanc before setting up his own restaurant in London. Forced to sell up thanks to a compulsory purchase order (they wanted to put a new railway line right through his plot) he decided to return north and pursue his passion of baking. Taking a farmhouse cake recipe from the famous Mrs Kirkham (of Lancashire cheese fame) he developed this fruitcake specifically for cheese to sell on the local farmers’ markets, where he often shares a stand with the Kirkham cheese-makers and Andy from The Courtyard Dairy.
This is how fruitcake should be – packed full of rich dried fruits and intense heady flavours.
Richard III Wensleydale. Pasteurised cows’ milk, vegetarian. 310g / 620g.
An ancient Wensleydale recipe that produces a moister, less-crumbly, acidic cheese. At The Courtyard Dairy it is sold in the traditional manner at one month old, Richard III Wensleydale flavour is clean and light with a gentle, milky and lemony flavour.
Fruitcake Nutritional Data (typical values, per 100g):
(of which saturates) 6.3g
Ingredients in Richard III: Milk, salt, cheese cultures and rennet.
Fruitcake ingredients: butter (milk), brown sugar, dates, sultanas, currants, raisins, dried figs, cherries, walnuts, dried cranberries, mixed peel, wheat flour, black treacle, honey, tea, stout (wheat), free range eggs, mixed spice.
Allergens – See ingredients in bold.
This product will have two weeks’ shelf life from the date of delivery. Conveniently, at checkout you can choose a delivery date even well in the future if you would like your cheese delivering for a specific event.