Take a look below at the mouthwatering range of cheeses available from Wobbly Bottom Farm. Cheddar cheese with ginger Full-bodied Cheddar cheese has always been complemented by the piquancy of preserved fruits or pickles. Cranberry Wensleydale The sharp flavor and moist, crumbly texture of Wensleydale is delicious when combined with the soft fruitiness of cranberries.
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Wobbly Bottom Farm, located just outside the historic market town of Hitchin, has carved itself a reputation for high-quality artisan cheeses, produced by a small but perfectly formed dairy herd. The farm is run by Alan and Angela, who have been developing and perfecting their cheese-making craft since Wobbly Bottom cheeses are sold at farmers markets in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire and beyond, and are also available on a wholesale basis to discerning local restaurants, gastro pubs, shops and delicatessens.
Rumour has it that the tradition started when a housewife, upon hearing the bell for church, ran out of her house with her frying pan in hand as she had been preparing pancakes to mark the beginning of Lent. Each year, the women and children of the town run a m distance along the main road dressed in aprons and headscarves whilst flipping pancakes with onlookers from around the country! The town is pleasant to walk around with many independent gift and antique shops surrounding the market square.
With concern growing over the impact of our weekly shop on the environment, and being green becoming increasingly fashionable, farmers' markets have seen an explosion in popularity in recent years. Hexton Farmers' Market, which takes place on the third Friday of every month, is held in the village's church, St Faith's. The event sees the recently-restored building filled with a delicious variety of goods, ranging from cakes and cheeses to meat and antipasti.
The event is taking place to raise money for the ground improvement fund. With 40 ciders from around the country including Apple Cottage Cider from Baldock and a wonderful range of cheese supplied by Wobbly Bottom Farm, we are sure this event is going to be one of the highlights of the Hitchin Festival, see the full programme here. There will be musical entertainment on Saturday, starting with Bee Becky Phillips in the afternoon and the Sandy Ukulele Group in the evening.
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The St Albans Farmers Market is becoming a must go to event for foodies. There are many local businesses offering samples and sales of local produce for the Food lover to buy, all grouped along St Albans Market Place, St Peter's Street. It's lively, vibrant, colourful and tasty What's your passion?
The farm got into cheese making when a local dairy canceled their orders, so Wobbly bottom decided to make the cheese themselves. The grass is supplemented with locally grown beans so the farm is nicely green while the goats are happy, happy. The goat milk is made into both soft and hard cheeses which are blended with various herbs, my favorites being the soft cheese with piri piri and the hard cheese with nettle. Happy goatshappy cheese.