Podcast Ep 8 - British Territorial Cheeses

Join Hero Hirsh as she discusses three British territorial cheeses - Caerphilly, Red Leicester and Lancashire.


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Lancashire - Kirkham
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Our Lancashire is made by Graham Kirkham son of the original 'Mrs Kirkham', in the "black land of Fylde" north of Preston in Lancashire where the pasture land is near the Irish sea and the tasty quality of the milk and its cheese is...