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Speciality and Fine Food Fair

Busy day at the Speciality and Fine Food Fair, London, the place to be if your looking what to stock in your speciality food shop or cafe? Great to catch up with so many old customers, can’t believe we go back over 20 years with many. Imagine when we started out there were only 7 […]

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Hard Cheese

All of us here at Cashel Farmhouse Cheesemakers have some big news for you all! We are developing a new type of cheese here, a hard cheese and guess what? It’s NOT Blue! We have yet to name the cheese as our first priority is to get the taste right, and sure if we get […]

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Crozier Blue Is Only Irish Cheese to win SuperGold at World Cheese Awards!

Great news for our sheep’s milk Crozier Blue, we’ve won a SuperGold at The Guild of Fine Food, World Cheese Awards 2015. Crozier Blue is the only Irish SuperGold, however there are many accolades at Gold, Silver and Bronze levels for producers including: St Tola for Divine and their ash log, Wicklow Blue and Baun, […]

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We’re off to the Bath Fine Cheese Co. Festival!

It’s that time of year again, and we’re returning to Bath Abbey for the Bath Fine Cheese Co. Festival. This is always a great event to be part of and we’re proud to be showcasing alongside some of the best cheesemakers in the UK and Ireland. If you are in the South West and a […]

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Tasty Autumnal Pumpkin and Cheese Tart from Ardkeen…

We found a delicious seasonal recipe from Trish Deseine at Ardkeen – Trish’s Ballycross Pumpkin, Goats Cheese and Cashel Blue Tart. It looks so delicious we’d like to share it with you! Thank you Trish. Here’s how she does it… “Peeling pumpkins can be a pain. Thankfully the butternut is easy enough to manage. You […]

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We have just received Origin Green Certification!

The Origin Green promise is an unprecedented one. It is the only sustainability programme in the world that operates on a national scale, uniting government, the private sector and food producers through Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board. Independently verified, it enables Ireland’s farmers and producers to set and achieve measurable sustainability targets – reducing […]

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Origin Green

Cashel Blue® features as part of the Past Winners Awards reception of The Bocuse d’Or

The Bocuse d’Or is the leading International professional chef competition held annually in Lyons, France. Eminent cheesemongers Hervé Mons put together a wonderful spread for the cheese buffet. The Irish Ambassador flew the flag for us at the event, and our four month old Cashel Blue® was well received. Sarah and Sergio met with French […]

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What a start to 2014!

Following on from a stormy end to last year, 2014 started with a series of storms culminating on 12th February with hurricane force winds that swept across Ireland and 25 metre high waves out at sea! Here in Tipperary we were particularly badly hit, with trees collapsing all across the county. On Beechmount alone we […]

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Kelly’s Of Newport Black Pudding & Cashel Blue Cheese Salad By Donal Shehan

Make sure to prepare everything ahead of time and only assemble with the dressing when you are ready to serve! Serves 8 280g of Kelly’s of Newport black pudding in 1cm slices 120g of mixed baby leaves 80g of Cashel blue cheese broken into chunks 40ml of balsamic dressing Balsamic dressing (makes 55ml of dressing) […]

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Cranberry & Cashel Blue Tart

This tart is a real crowd-pleaser, full of interesting flavors and texture. Make it as one large tart or as tartlets. For authentic Irish flavor, use Cashel Blue, Ireland’s first farmhouse blue, but you can substitute Roquefort or Stilton. The recipe is adapted and the image is used with permission from Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. […]

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Nature’s Time a Rural Education

What a year of extreme’s from the grass shortages of Spring, to the abundance of harvest this Autumn culminating in a great food harvest both wild and cultivated, at no moment have we been able to take our environment and it’s bounty for granted this farming year, a farming roller coaster which will be remembered […]

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The European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheese-makers in Ireland, April 2013

By Louis Grubb: Co-Creator of Cashel Blue: I am just recovering from being on the committee organizing the 5th European Farmhouse and Artisan cheese-makers congress held in Cork on the 25th -27th April in Cork. It is great to see a structure where small cheese-makers from all over Europe can come together and share knowledge […]

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