Sunday, 2 August 2015

cheese and crackers...


I am the biggest cheese lover ever, the smellier the better! I have recently been introduced to this amazing combination, blue cheese and cranberry and raisin toast. I really like the chewiness of the toast and the soft cheese, and the sweet from the raisin and cranberries really compliment the cheese. I'm not usually a fruit /with savoury fan, but I do love it with cheese, like brie and cranberry too! If you do too, I'd highly recommend trying this. 

Perfect for any cheese party, or a mid afternoon snack?

If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I am guilty for taking too many food photos, yes I am one of those people who need to take a photo before I can eat it. This is totally acceptable now anyway right? I am going to start sharing these as posts on here, I hope you enjoy!

8 comments:

  1. I'm liking the sound of those crackers. I was like you, not really into sweet and savoury put together, but recently I think I have changed my mind. Try cheese on a hot cross bun. delish!

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    1. I am not a fan of currants - but I love the look and smell of tea cakes, maybe I have to give your suggestion a go, maybe I will love it!! x

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  2. I love cheese too and the cranberry raisin toast sounds so good as well!http://www.fadedspring.co.uk

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    1. Yes it is really good, so nice with the strong cheese :) x

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  3. Ooh, those look very posh, I think hubby would really like those with a good strong cheese.

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    1. I do love a ordinary cracker too :) - but sometimes you just need something fancy haha. I junk you can get something similar from m&s x

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  4. Those crackers sound so good. I will have to look out for these in the supermarket x

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    1. They're so nice. I personally could only eat it with cheese. You can pick up something similar from m&s i think :) x

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