Cheese place: Neal’s Yard Dairy in London

You’re planning a trip to London? You’ve already got Tate Modern, Sir John Soane’s House and some other cultural destinations lined up on your schedule? Fine, but whatever you do, figure in Neal’s Yard Dairy – and don’t blame me if you decide to spend the rest of your budget (time and money, that is) and just wallow in gorgeous British cheese. » Weiterlesen…

Cheese people: Fritz Lloyd Blomeyer

The first time I heard about Fritz Lloyd Blomeyer was on a menu the Berlin winebar Rutz announced for a special evening. His name stood next to the cheese course like that of an artist next to his work. I googled him, but couldn’t find any address. However it became clear to me that the Rutz team was ahead of the game once again when I ordered cheese at another Berlin restaurant some weeks later. Amazed and full of respect I discovered on the plate in front of me two slices of perfectly mature Blühende Landschaften, flowering landscapes. This goat cheese from the Brandenburg top producer Capriolenhof is not only hard to find, but extremely delicate. „We get it from Fritz Blomeyer,“ the somm said. » Weiterlesen…