Giveaway Comté Cheese UK Hamper

If you’re a fan of artisan cheese, then this is a giveaway for you. I’ve teamed up with Comté Cheese, produced in the mountains of the Jura Massif in Eastern France to offer one of my readers a hamper filled with Comté cheese – a cheese which has carried the Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) status since 1958. The hamper contains 4 ages of Comté and as an extra bonus, some Jura region saucisson.

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Fun Facts About Comté

  • Montbéliarde and French Simmental are the only cows allowed for the production of Comté milk. They must only be fed with natural feed and have at least 2.5 acres of grazing pasture.
  • The milk producer, the cheesemaker and the affineur are the three professionals involved in the Comté chain, a journey which has been alive for centuries.
  • Amazingly, every morning, cheesemakers in the 160 fruitières scattered over the Comté production area, process the raw milk collected from the 2,700 local farms practicing non-intensive agriculture before handing it over to the 16 Comté affineurs, the specialists in charge of the delicate maturing process.

At home here in the UK, we love trying out cheese from lots of different places, and whilst a good, strong British cheddar and perhaps a little Cheshire or Wensleydale always feature on the shopping list, it’s always nice to experiment with a good quality, artisan cheese to bring another level of flavour to some of our favourite recipes, such as Macaroni Cheese with Baby Leeks or a super-quick Cheese and Leek Toastie for lunch.

Comte hamper

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To take part in the giveaway, simply follow the instructions on the Raffelcopter widget below. If nothing appears, don’t forget to try hitting refresh on your page. The closing date is Monday 7th April 2014.

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Good luck!

With thanks to Comté Cheese UK for providing this giveaway prize and some additional samples for review. 

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  3. Julie Tift says

    Without a doubt – cauliflower cheese, but cheese lends itself to almost any meal it is so versatile.

  4. Sue Warr says

    I love cheese on and in everything! I particularly love Macaroni Cheese with cauliflower and gammon stirred in to it!

  5. Anthea Holloway says

    I love fish pie with a topping of grated cheese on the potato and it crisps up in the oven.

  6. Janet Bennett says

    love cheese, especially in crusty rolls, or on top of toast, favourite sandwich filling of all

  7. Donna Gilligan says

    Anything with cheese is great, but 4 cheese and potato pie is beautiful and a family favourite

  8. claire sen says

    i love a vegetarian lasagne made with mushrooms and several different types of cheeses. it is GREAT!

  9. Suzanne Howell says

    Oooh, difficult to choose, I’m a BIG cheese fan, but I can narrow it down to a top three, which are: Cauliflower Cheese, Macaroni Cheese and Welsh Rarebit. Thanks for the comp!

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  10. olivia kirby says

    I love Comte
    I love cheese!
    We like Comte when we do a Raclette, it’s quite hard finding Raclette cheese here so we tend to use Gouda and Comte or Gruyere.
    I try not to cook with cheese very often, as it has to be a treat for me, and I love it most with oatcakes or French bread.
    I love a red onion and 3 cheese pasty though :-)

  11. Beverley says

    Lately I’ve gone mad on altering cheese straws/scones recipe. So far, adding piri piri sauce is the biggest hit.

  12. Janice Papworth says

    Oh I love cheese! My favourite dish is Homity Pie which is a pie filled with caramalised onion, potato cubes, garlic and cheese

  13. Mignon McKelvey says

    Tomatoes stuffed with Lamb Mince cooked in the oven for an hour then topped with grated cheese and cooked for a futher ten minutes it’s really tasty. I just love cheese snd would love to win this prize

  14. Matt J says

    My favourite is baked mushroom with homemade garlic breadcrumbs topped with delicious Mozerella and a splash of worcester sauce…. YUM

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