I love cheese. I am the girl who orders the cheese plate and not the sticky toffee pudding. Actually, sometimes I just steal Mr Bell’s sticky toffee pud and order the cheese. I am the girl who drives to Long Clawson to queue in the cold and buy half a Stilton every Christmas. I am the girl who browses cheese producer’s websites to tease myself. I am the girl who has in her freezer at the very least three different types of cheese, just in case there were a cheese emergency. I’m an addict. So much so that I used to regularly eat cheese for dinner with crackers and chilli chutney on the side. Then I got married and my husband educated me that this was not a fitting dinner for a grown up. So now I just try to pop cheese into every meal instead.
Two-starred Michelin chef Nathan Outlaw is a big fan of Davidstow cheese and on the 26th March 2012 he is holding a masterclass at L’atelier des Chefs cookery school in central London. Davidstow Cornish Cheddar is offering one lucky reader and their friend the chance to attend this very exclusive event. The class is hands-on and the lovely Nathan will teach you to create simple, tasty dishes with Davidstow. For those of you in the know, Davidstow’s cheeses are typically matured for longer than other cheddars, producing a more complex flavour and creamy texture – perfect for cooking or just eating with crackers (and chilli chutney if you’re me) and a nice glass of wine.
All you have to do is tell me in a comment on this post what your favourite recipe is that uses cheese. You should also note that travel is not included as part of the prize and that the winners must be available on 26th March 2012 10.00am – 2pm.
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- This giveaway will close on 10th March 2012.
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Rules and things:
- Only open to UK participants over the age of 18. Sorry to anyone from further afield or younger readers.
- There’s one prize available and that’s a masterclass in London with Nathan for two people, the winner and a friend. There’s no cash alternative to the prize and the prize is not transferable. No part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
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- I am running this giveaway on behalf of Davidstow. Their decision is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into. So there.
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So who won then?
A lovely lady called Jo.
I love cheese, think I’m a mouse! X
Definitely cauliflower soup, made with cooking the cauliflower in milk and then making cheese sauce with the milk- yummy!
nom my mums welsh rarebit which contains a heathy dose of cheese is my favorite
Favourite has to be Pasta with cheese sauce & some bread to mop it up. Roux sauce, some mature cheddar and a lump of Gorgonzola. Teaspoon of english mustard to finish it & some extra tang. Yum!
mmmmm cheese *homer simpson face*
I love cheese in any form or combination, but one of my favourites is cheese souffle
What a great prize – I’ve been wanting to do a cooking master class for ages and here comes one along involving cheese – yummy!
Cheese is the perfect accompaniment to nearly everything and i really like davidstow cheddar
Cheese in every form is good enough for a grown up meal – sorry Mr Bell, but that is a fact!!
Cheese is a meal! With oatcakes and chutney. And red wine. (Shades of Bridget Jones there). And there’s not much better a supper on a winter Sunday than cauliflower cheese dripping with cheese – the more cheeses the merrier!
I’ve loved Nathan’s cooking since I saw him on the Great British Menu. Plus we’ve always visited the part of Cornwall where his restaurant is and never had a chance to visit so this would be an amazing prize. We are also massive cheese fans, in fact, my nickname is Mrs Cheese and at our wedding all our tables were named after cheeses…
love it – Davidstow cheddar is delicious & great prize – the perfect excuse for a girls weekend in London – fingers crossed!
yum cheese – nothing nicer! I am a savoury person and always favour cheese instead of puds!
Meant to add that I love goats cheese in my omlette, but posted too quick!
Lovely creamy dauphinoise potatoes with a crispy cheesy crust!
Wicked prize, so hope i win!
Sounds like a great prize!!!
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