Wildes Cheese

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This micro-dairy is the home of Wildes Cheese, who've been making delicious curds in an urban setting since 2012. Their wares are sold at various farmers' markets and independent food outlets, or you can buy direct from the dairy when they're working there – give them a call before you set off. They regularly run excellent cheesemaking courses which see participants creating three different kinds of cheese (and eating more than they ever thought they could handle).

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Venue name: Wildes Cheese
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Address: The Micro Dairy
9/10 Frontier Works
33 Queen Street
London
N17 8JA
Transport: Rail: White Hart Lane
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Tastemaker

If you love cheese as much as I do, you must visit Wildes Cheese and take a cheese making course. This place is amazing, their courses are super fun and making cheese is so interesting! You will be so proud of your own product!


This little independent company supports local businesses which makes it even more amazing. Their cheese are delicious and you can really feel they are artisan-made with so much love.

tastemaker

Local to me Wildes Cheese is my idea of heaven. From Tottenham, delicious and strong their cheeses really pack a punch and are one of North Londons gems. My favorite one is called the Ally Pally cheese which is perfect as Alexandra Palace is my favorite spot in London and this cheese deserves the name as it is absolutely delicious and strong.

 I've seen their products sold at various different places including the Camden cheese festival (best cheesey day of the year) and local delis and farmers markets. One of the wonderful things about this independent cheese company is that they support local businesses by selling their cheese to smaller businesses and at festivals. This makes the cheese extra special to me as it shows how unique and kind the people behind it are as they have opted to sell to businesses that are making a difference in the North London community rather than big corporate shops where the cheese would be less valued.

Furthermore, I have read that you can even go to the Wildes Cheese dairy and learn how to make your own cheese. For a cheese fanatic what else could be more fun? This is very far up my bucket list as something to do in London and I will be treating myself to a day of dairy design after the next pay cheque comes in! 

So, if you happen to spot any Wildes Cheese around get your hands on it quick as it is a local cheese that needs to be tried, loved and shared. 

Tastemaker

Cheese is my fuel and that's why I was really excited when a friend gave me a cheese making course for my birthday.


The evening class is 2,5 hours and after learning a lot about cheese making and of course sampling various sorts (luckily I did not have any dinner before, as there was plenty of cheese to try), we were given curd to make our own mozzarella. The process was really fun, especially realising that it does not have to be the standard "ball", but you could also braid it. We ended up taking lots of cheese home with us (thankfully you can freeze it, otherwise it might even put me off Mozzarella for a while).


The class has made me even more conscious of my cheese choices and it's a great taster if you are interested in cheese. It's a fun thing to do with friends (they offer a day course as well) or just on your own, as everybody is really nice and welcoming.