One of my favourite fresh British cheeses is made in Hampshire, by a small family-run business that pays a fair price for the milk they buy from their local dairy farmers. I love to serve it baked and drizzled with a teaspoon of dark runny honey. In late summer, I simply add a plate of sliced ripe figs, and for the rest of the year, I serve it with breadsticks and fresh dates. Truly delicious.
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