We will be welcoming The Cheese Larder to the Wild Boar Wedding Showcase with a delightful selection of local cheeses. Cheese can be every bit as exciting to decorate as icing. Start imagining your own cheese tower …
Cheese Cake by The Cheese Larder
Looking back over the last few months we realised just how popular Wedding Cheese Cake’s have been with our Wild Boar wedding couples. Here are a few amazing creations.
Sam and Stu’s Wedding Cake
Hannah and Sam’s Wedding Cheese Cake
Sam and Mark’s Wedding Cheese Cake
Gaynor and Ryan’s Mouse Tower
Victoria and Andrew’s Wedding Cheese Cake
The Cheese Larder is the go-to place for some of our best locally produced cheeses. Whether you like strong and pongy, mild and creamy, nutty or fruity, there is something that will tingle your tastebuds and wow your guests. Here’s a small selection to get your planning started.
A delicately blued cheese with a supple body – good partnered with a dry sherry.
Thornby Moor Dairy, eight miles west of Carlisle, is run by Carolyn and Leonie Fairbairn. The adventure began in 1979 when Carolyn started making cheeses using milk from her own small herd of goats. Their vision was, and continues to be, to capture the essence of Cumbria in their cheeses. After what they describe as ‘lots of perseverance, and a good deal of trial and error’, Thornby Moor can boast a unique range of great flavour cheeses. Carolyn credits the cleanliness and quality of their milk supply.
A brie-style recipe made with deliciously creamy Jersey milk sourced from local farms. Mild, beautifully creamy – with a hint of mushrooms! Pair it with Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and sparkling wines.
Dewlay is a family-owned third generation Lancashire based cheesemaker. Founded in 1957 by George Kenyon who built up a reputation for producing the very best Lancashire cheese. Today the dairy is managed by George’s grandsons, Nick and Richard. All their cheeses are produced using fresh pasteurised milk from farms located within a 6 mile radius of the dairy. Dewlay cheese recipes originate with their own unique starter culture which was developed on site more than 40 years ago. They’ve been planning the Garstang White cheese for some time and they are thrilled it is finally available to customers.
White mould ripened cheese made with pasteurised cow’s milk. It’s flavour fills the mouth with intensity and a luxurious creamy texture.
Maurice Walton was born and bred in Appleby-in-Westmorland, historic market town, renowned for cheese making. His experience produced 14 varieties of handmade cheese. Now, head cheese-maker at Appleby Creamery, Tom Jackson, continues that legacy using traditional recipes and milk from sheep and goats which graze the hills and fells of Cumbria. The distinctive cheeses have accumulated over 20 nationally recognised industry accolades and named ‘Best Producer’ in the Taste Cumbria awards.
Join us on 18th February 2018 for The Wild Boar Wedding Showcase. The Inn will be decorated and dressed to impress. The Cheese Larder will be just one of several wedding suppliers who will be happy to discuss your wedding dreams and plans.
12pm – 2pm: For couples who are still to choose their wedding location
An opportunity to get a feel of what The Wild Boar has to offer for your wedding day.
2pm – 4pm: For wedding couples that have already booked their Wedding at The Wild Boar. Catch up with Jeanette, your wedding coordinator and remind yourself of the feel and layout of the Inn.