Say cheese!

April 16, 2010 at 3:36 pm Leave a comment

On Tuesday I visited Cricketer Farm near Nether Stowey to take some new shots for its website and blog.  As you can see from the picture I wore suitable attire at all times! I had a fantastic day, enjoying a full tour of the factory; following the whole process from the milk arriving from Cricketer’s Westcountry farms, to the cheese being packaged ready for delivery; it was a bit like ‘Charlie and the cheese factory’. The team at Cricketer Farm’s lovely but they weren’t nearly short, or orange enough to complete my experience!

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Katie has been going great guns to arrange competitions for these gorgeous Cornishware mugs over the past few weeks. There have been giveaways on loads of blogs and websites, and on Tuesday guardian.co.uk featured them for a prize giveaway. Click here for your chance to win some!

Salamandar Cookshop is one of the girls’ favourite websites and Abbie has been spreading the word to ensure everyone knows how good it is! Tomorrow its Berndes Balance Induction Wok will be featured on the House Beautiful website and its KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer and Wesco Whistling Kettle were both featured in the Weekend section of the Daily Mail last weekend.  Delia online has also featured its Sweet Tooth fitted apron – part of its ‘Everything you need to know about cupcakes’ feature …. I concentrate on how to eat them!

 James.

Entry filed under: Spring 2010.

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