Posts Tagged ‘Cheese’

Following last nights event at the Instituto Cervantes, a masterclass on Spanish cheeses thought by the lovely Blanca Valencia as part of a series of Spanish food in the 21st century. We’ve decided to share with you where you can pick up some authentic Spanish quesos for you to enjoy a taste of Spain at home. Cabrales...

By Manon Gustave No one really knows where it first came from and no one can agree when it was first made? The earliest signs of it date back around 4,000 years, now cheese has a global presence and each country offers their own speciality. It can be used in the most elaborate recipe or served on crackers and toast....

My first food memory? My Granny’s Coffee and walnut cake.  She was a wonderful artist too, she did Illustrations for the Cuala press and a book of Poems by WB Yeats. She really influenced and encouraged me to go to art college as she went all the way back in the 1920s Best local area for restaurants? I live on the...