Shorrocks Traditional Lancashire Cheese Bomb LARGE- 460g
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How to Enjoy: Gorgeous with a chunk of crusty bread and lots of butter, topped with a hearty helping of Rosebuds Preserves’ Great Yorkshire Pickle.
The cookie also tracks the behavior of the user across the web on sites that have Facebook pixel or Facebook social plugin. Shorrock's now produce a variety of different flavours, this includes the Vintage Gold which is matured for an extra year. It is fabulous on a cheese board when you have friends for dinner or Sunday lunch, alternatively keep it for yourself and enjoy it with a nice glass or red wine! A little bit like your morning coffee, we’re not sure it’s possible to get through the day without a nibble on a Truffle Bomber. The Shorrock family have been producing this cheese since 1923, and Andrew has been making the bomb since the mid 80s when a friend moved to America and begged him to send some cheese.This wonderfully creamy cheese is presented in a traditional black wax, and matured for over 2 years for full flavour. The Lancashire Bomb or Lancashire Black Bomb is a sphere of Tasty Lancashire cheese coated in black wax. The cheese is matured for at least two years, giving it an exceptional creaminess and depth of flavour.
The very best award winning Lancashire cheese made in a traditional manner using fresh local Lancashire milk from JJ Sandham's family run company established in 1929.Croquettes often use mozzarella, but traditional British croquettes use Lancashire cheese so here’s a version using Shorrock’s Lancashire Bomb. The cookie is set by Facebook to show relevant advertisments to the users and measure and improve the advertisements. on the tongue, gently press to the roof of the mouth and move backwards and forwards between the front portion is bony (hard palate), and the back portion is muscular (soft palate). The data collected including the number visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages visted in an anonymous form. When you just can’t resist and have to dig in with a spoon, try pairing it with something a little spicy.
When the cheese is at room temperature there is nothing quite like taking a sharp knife, removing the top off the cheese (a bit like you would a boiled egg) and scooping out the smooth cheese with a spoon. Occasionally products maybe unavailable, should this happen a suitable replacement will be made – if you do not wish a substitute to be made please note in comments we will then contact you to source an alternative. They use milk from their herd of Holstein Fresian cows and the Lancashire Bomb is aged for 24 months until it bursts with flavour. Since then Andrew's dad had championed many cheese competitions and in 2006 Andrew himself did a clean sweep and took all the prizes at the Royal Lancashire Agricultural Show, which was named 'The Battle of the Lancashires'. The technical storage or access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network.The Shorrock family have been making Lancashire cheese since 1923 and won Supreme Champion at the last Preston Open Cheese Competition before the war broke out in 1938.