The image in my head when I found out about this is one that I might leave to the pages of my memoirs. But cows made of cheese and land rovers came in to mind. Alas I feel that this is something that is going to be much less surreal and far more enjoyable.
Part of Darts Farm’s Food Club, this Cheese Safari with Mary Quicke MBE and Tutored Cheese tasting event is an absolute must for anyone with a passion for cheese.
Website blurb says:
“Join us for a ‘Cheese Safari’ to the award winning, world-renowned ‘Quickes Traditional’ in Newton St Cyres, Exeter. Mary Quicke MBE, makes cheese on her farm in Newton St Cyres, sold all over the world. She has over 500 cows grazing on the land that her family have farmed for over 450 years. We have been working with Quickes since the very first days of the farm shop, run by Ronald Dart in the 1970s. Today his sons, Michael, James and Paul Dart maintain a fantastic working relationship and friendship with Mary Quicke and her team. Mary is so passionate about her craft and we can’t wait to take you to visit her, for what will be an unforgettable day in the life Westcountry food and farming.”