Merry Wyfe wins gold!

  So, we have returned with many a rosette from the Global Cheese Awards this year. Our wedding cake (as seen below) won Silver, as did our Bath Soft in the ‘best presented cheese’ category (all that individual hand wrapping and waxing pays off!).   We also won bronze awards for our Blue and Soft.Read More…

Ploughing

It’s that time of year, the silage has been gathered in, now we plough in the old grass before planting new seeds which with luck will give us high quality grass for the cows to eat in the winter of 2018.

Fancy a stroll?

It is such beautiful weather and it is imperative to take advantage of the glorious sunshine! Why not take a walk from Saltford to Bath Soft Cheese (and maybe even beyond) or the other way around! Saltford is home to three pubs- the Jolly Sailor is by a lock and a weir, the Bird inRead More…

Silage time

May 4th and  silage making is  in full swing. Earlier than ever this year thanks to the warm weather in early April. The Earlier we cut the silage the better the cows like it. It is more digestible. That means happier cows next winter, and more milk…. hopefully!

Cheese and wine tasting evening

On a sunny Thursday evening last week we co-hosted a wine and cheese tasting evening at a village pub in Wiltshire. It was a great success- well how could it not be when you mix cheese and wine? The wine was supplied by Simon Leschallas of Southern Wines  and we were all in the lovelyRead More…

Spring has sprung for our ladies!

Video of our cows frolicking After a beautiful sunny and dry weekend our ladies have been let out for the first time since winter. We think that they are probably going to enjoy themselves quite a lot! And happy cows make happy milk which makes delicious happy cheese. And that makes us all very happyRead More…

Stop the press!

This week Attila, our head of R&D, set up a Gouda press (which had been previously used by Graham to crush apples for cider) here at our organic farm. Pressing a cheese helps make it the perfect shape and is important for texture too. Like all processes in cheese making it is important to getRead More…

Bath Blue Cheese Dressing Recipe

Enjoy your salads and crudites more with this creamy and indulgent Bath Blue Cheese Dressing recipe. 200g Bath Blue Cheese, crumbled 50ml – 100ml whole milk 50g -100g good-quality mayonnaise 1 tsp dijon mustard 1/2 tsp white wine vinegar Mix 3/4 of the crumbled blue cheese with 50ml of milk, 50g of mayonnaise, the dijonRead More…

Wyfe of Bath and red onion crisps

These have to be tried! So easy and so delicious… just eat them ASAP whilst they still have their crunch! Ingredients: Literally just Wyfe of Bath cheese and red onion (it’s just too easy not to try!) Instructions: Preheat the over to 250C Use about 1 dessert spoon of grated Wyfe of Bath cheese perRead More…

Primroses, The first flowers of Spring.

Yes, the word primrose comes from the latin, meaning literally the “first rose”, and they thrive on our organic farm. Soon the cows will be grazing in the fields, eating grass and a few flowers too. The milk composition will change with the spring grass. Can you taste the difference in the cheese?

It’s wedding cake season!

Cheese is the perfect way to celebrate in style!   As 2017 pushes on we have been showing off our beautiful (and delicious!) cheese wedding cakes at local wedding fayres. Cheese wedding cakes are all the trend nowadays; they are an excellent and elegant gluten free option and a must have energy boost to carryRead More…

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