Making life delicious, one recipe at a time.

Making life delicious, one recipe at a time.

Tag: bucks food blog

The Botanist: Marlow

The Botanist: Marlow

Feeding time blog

Don’t get me wrong. I love pubs. Even more specifically, I love British pubs and the social comforts they bring to the British lifestyle. But I do miss the excitement of going to a proper restaurant. In Australia dining out is more restaurant-oriented, with all kinds of venues, big/small, formal/casual offering cuisine-specific or a style of food and there is a buzz of excitement each time you go out. But here in the UK, it’s a bit different and as soon as you step outside of London the eating-out options become very narrow and it’s usually deciding between the pub …

Butternut Squash, Honey, Cheese & Savoury Sage Crumble

Feeding Time blog

I’ve added some roasted beetroot to my crumble making it look all gory, but I don’t know that it added anything to the original concept. After trying the Marlow Cheese Co. Cygnet cheese, I knew there was a recipe in there somewhere.The Cygnet has an almost sour, citrus flavour when it’s young and isn’t overly salty which means it completes the holy trinity of flavour when you combine it with something salty and sweet. So in this dish you’ve got the sweetness of the squash and honey, the savoury of the crumble and the sourness of the cheese. This is …

Local Food Hero: The Marlow Cheese Co.

Local Food Hero: The Marlow Cheese Co.

Cheese is a funny thing. The way we appreciate a fine cheese rather goes against the grain. Mould makes it more marvellous and the worse it smells the better it is. That’s how I knew the Cygnet cheese from The Marlow Cheese Co. was going to be a corker; it ticks both boxes

I’ve never tried a lactic cheese before, that’s the category of cheese the Marlow company’s debut effort falls under. It’s hard to describe as it’s got the consistency of a cream cheese or soft goat’s cheese but only when it’s young, and the slightly acidic, light citrus …