Why not try King Stone Dairy’s twist on some classic recipes?

By Helen Hunt on 20/10/23

With the sudden change in weather, it seems the perfect time to turn our thoughts to autumnal recipes. These recipes from King Stone Dairy won’t disappoint, they are warming and delicious. Featuring two popular King Stone Dairy cheeses Rollright and Yarlington.





Rollright is a soft cheese banded in spruce bark. A delicate, peachy-pink rind ripens the cheese within to a rich, spoonable texture. The cheese develops rich flavours of crème fraiche, cured ham, and mustard seed, with a smoky, woody aroma. This cheese pairs well with a chilled glass of sparkling white or a rich Chardonnay with a touch of oak. Serve alongside cornichons and charcuterie for a rich umami feast.

You can find the recipe for Rollright, Potato and Leek Pithivier here, in the words of King Stone Dairy’s it’s ‘a real winter delight’.





Yarlington is the result of  a collaboration between cheesemaker David Jowett, cider maker Tom Oliver and Sam Wilkin. The cheese sits somewhere between Evenlode and Rollright in terms of make process. The rind is gently washed in a solution of brine and Tom’s Yarlington Mill 2019 cider. Yarlington itself is named after Yarlington Mill in Somerset, the home of the first example of the Yarlingtom Mill apple now one of the cornerstones of British Cider making. A foamingly effervescent cider, full of fruitiness and gentle tannin. Alternatively, a rich full bodied white wine with a touch of oak.

Why not try Yarlington Fidgety Tartiflettea hybrid of the classic Alpine Tartiflette and the Worcestershire* Fidgety Pie.