All posts tagged: Nathan Outlaw

Win a Davidstow Slate Cheeseboard and 3 year Old Vintage Reserve Cheddar!

Happy New Year everyone! I’m guessing most of you are back at work this morning – some very strong coffee needed all round methinks! But I’ve got an exciting competition to start the new year, which is bound to put a smile on the face of all of you cheese fans! You may have seen I wrote about my dream cheeseboard with Davidstow last month. If you missed it, you can catch up here. And now the lovely peeps at Davidstow are giving away three more of the gorgeous slate cheeseboards you saw in my post, and some truly melt in the mouth 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage cheddar. I’m running this competition through Twitter, so here’s how to enter! Twitter: Follow me on Twitter and Re-tweet this post! Terms & Conditions Three winners will be picked at random on Monday 11th January 2016. Each winner will receive a Davidstow slate cheeseboard and a block of 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage cheddar. The products will be posted to the winners, so at the point of being informed they …

An ‘Around The World’ Cheeseboard with Davidstow

I’m a cheese fanatic. Any regular readers will know this. Given the choice, I could quite easily live on the stuff. I’ve never encountered a cheese I didn’t like and I’m always on the lookout for new brands and types to try. The latest of these was Davidstow who challenged me to create my dream cheeseboard. Well, where to begin with that, considering my dream cheeseboard would be more of a castle, with different levels and rooms?! I had to control myself (for the sake of both my bank account and waistline!), so I went for an ‘around the world’ theme, featuring the following: UK: Davidstow 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage cheddar France: Camembert Spain: Manchego Italy: Mozzarella Greece: Feta I know most cheese connoisseurs will pair cheeses that complement each other, or are perhaps from the same country. However I like the idea of experiencing a range of flavours and textures, from the thickness of the manchego to the softness of the mozzarella, and the richness of the cheddar to the creaminess of the …