Hand raised large Turkey & Cranberry Pork pie, produced from free range Essex sourced pork with tender turkey thigh encased in an old school buttery pastry topped with juicy cranberries and cranberry sauce.
A full flavoured ham made from selected whole pork leg that is smoked in natural hickory wood chippings and cooked. This ham is spirally sliced on the bone so it’s even easier to serve. With a melt in the mouth texture and rich, delicious flavour, this ham will fast become a family favourite.
A deliciously tender whole traditional ham that is easy to carve and coated in honey and roasted for a sweet, warm finish. Cured from the very best selected pork legs using a traditional family recipe, it is deboned and trimmed to the highest standard and then cooked using traditional methods which result in the succulent yet firm texture and moreish flavour.
A lactic goat’s milk cheese: flavours of bright acidity and grass, lengthening with maturity; there is perceptible spice from the Geotrichum moulds on the ashed rind. Textures are dense, ganache-like and coat the mouth.
Innes Log is made by Joe Bennett in Staffordshire from the raw milk of his own goats. Its delicate rind takes its light-grey colour from the vegetable ash that is sprinkled on when the cheese is very young, and brings with it a slightly yeasty, toasted flavour. Sometimes white and light-green Penicillium moulds may dot the rind, adding a bit of pepperiness. It is one of our most savoury goat’s cheeses, with a mellow, rounded flavour and a dense and silky texture.
The Innes Log is matured in London and is exclusive to Neal’s Yard Dairy.
Stilton is one of Britain’s best known cheeses and this Colston Bassett Stilton is made to a specific recipe for us, with an ideal balance of fruity blue veins and creamy paste.
While Stilton is one of Britain’s best known cheeses, it is only made by six producers. Of these, the co-operative in the village of Colston Bassett, Nottinghamshire, is one of the smallest. It takes its milk from five farms located within in one and a half miles of the dairy, some of whom are shareholders in the business.