Friday, 9 October 2015

Cotswold Pudding and Pie at Kenilworth Market

I love to visit the weekly market in Kenilworth on Thursdays.  For a small town we are very fortunate to have some excellent stalls...

I first wrote about Cotswold Pudding and Pie on this blog back in 2008, and have had over 1300 hits since.  Miles turns up come rain and shine, except for the odd week when he is on holiday, or sadly when he injured himself on the cricket field, with loads of goodies: excellent pies, ham, bacon, sausages, and cheeses.  He carries a really excellent selection of cheeses...but now we stick mainly to goats' and sheeps' milk cheeses.  I just love the white and blue waxed paper he uses to wrap the cheeses in...and what inside is what it states on the packaging:  Scrumptious, delicious, delightful, divine etc.

This week he had quite a selection of cheeses for me to choose from.  I came home with a chunk of Smoked Goat's Cheers, and some Blue Riddlesdale Cheese...So it was lovely soup, made with watercress, pea, parsnip, with chicken stock etc, then Home Made Rye Bread and Cheeses, and grapes.


  1. Sounds good, do you have enough for one more?

    1. Do you mean one more stand at the market, one more cheese for Miles's Stand, or one more for supper? Got me thinking!