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  • The Berkswell is a bit more exciting, with its tropical fruit fizziness.

    FreakyTrigger

  • If, onthe other hand, a bit of suave sophistication is called for, follow Rose Prince's terrific recipe for Berkswell cheese scones in The New English Table (Fourth Estate, £25).

    Food for Fort: Super-cheesy scones, cooker hoods and foul-tasting garlic

  • Take 450g plain flour, plus extra for dusting; 1tsp bicarb ofsoda; 1 tsp cream of tartar; 2 tsp sea salt; 85g beef dripping or butter (or 6 tbsp olive oil); 225g Berkswell, roughly grated; 300ml sheep's milkyoghurt.

    Food for Fort: Super-cheesy scones, cooker hoods and foul-tasting garlic

  • Berkswell is atasty sheep's milk cheese from the Midlands, and can be found at several supermarkets and decent cheese shops.

    Food for Fort: Super-cheesy scones, cooker hoods and foul-tasting garlic

  • Hey, anyone who lists her mix of favorite foods as New Rivers lemon tarts, Beaufort cheese, lavender salad dressing, Berkswell cheese, quince paste and creamed leeks right along with Oreos, Easy Mac, and Krispy Kreme donuts is definitely one to watch.

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

  • Corner and over Westwood Heath into a crooked maze of by-roads by which one can reach Berkswell or Barston.

    The Golden Face A Great 'Crook' Romance

  • Ralph [47] Shakespere was on the jury for Berkswell November 11, 4 Edward

    Shakespeare's Family

  • By far the greatest number of names are found in the villages to the west of a line drawn between Coventry and Warwick, including Meriden, Hampton-in-Arden, Berkswell, Knowle, Balsall,

    Shakespeare's Family

  • Of the starters, rain-scented ceps were intertwined with lardo di colonata (cured ham fat) and Berkswell (a hard, nutty English ewe's cheese), and a fat slice of sourdough soaked up the bosky juices.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • New-season asparagus with soft polenta, poached pheasant's egg, trompettes mushrooms and Berkswell was a poem of resisting and yielding textures to which the nutty, almost Pyrenean flavour of the unpasteurised ewe's milk cheese contributed considerably more than just being a Neal's Yard refugee from the main board if it was.

    Evening Standard - Home

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