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The history of cottage cheese is a bit of a mystery. At some point it crossed the Atlantic to the United States and became hugely popular. So popular was it with the Americans that it was even supplied to the US Navy during WWII. And it was in 1944 that Lt. Joseph Dickinson RNVR , whilst serving in the British Pacific Fleet, first came across it.




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From such chance encounters emerged the idea to try making cottage cheese on a commercial scale back in its country of origin. After a while, the switch was made from a sweet to a soured-cream dressing and so was created English-Style Cottage Cheese: born and bred at Longley Farm.


The history of cottage cheese is a bit of a mystery. At some point it crossed the Atlantic to the United States and became hugely popular; whereas over here it faded into obscurity. So popular was it with the Americans that it was even supplied to the US Navy during WWII. And it was in 1944 that Lt. Joseph Dickinson RNVR , whilst serving in the British Pacific Fleet, first came across it.


The second contact came in 1964 during a trip to the USA to look at modern farming techniques. From such chance encounters emerged the idea to try making cottage cheese on a commercial scale back in its country of origin. It took another ten years before the first pots appeared. Using a vat the size of a bath-tub, wooden hay rakes as stirrers and literally hand-packed, it was a labour of love.


You can now find our delicious natural cottage cheese in even more Sainsbury's stores all over the UK, including some new locations in Scotland, North Wales and Northern Ireland. Please see below for the full list.


I grew up near enough to Longley Farm to have gone on a school trip there many years ago! For school lunches, they used to have big tubs of this cottage cheese to get scooped on top of crispy-skinned baked potatoes - food of the gods. Sadly, it's harder to get hold of where I am these days, but you can be sure I pick up at least two tubs whenever I find it. I don't like other cottage cheese, this stuff is so far beyond it there's no comparison.


Longley Farm is a Yorkshire based company that produces a variety of dairy products. The company was founded in 1948 by Joseph Dickinson and his brother Edgar Dickinson. The company is named after the farm in Hade Edge, near Holmfirth in West Yorkshire at which the dairy was formerly based, All its products are popular across the North of England with certain key products - cottage cheese in particular - being popular nationally, and also internationally.


The company branched out into making yoghurts and after Joseph Dickinson had visited an American farm in the early 1970s, they also started making cottage cheese. To start with, the cheese was made in tin baths and stirred with hay rakes before more suitable processes were adopted. Longley Farm were the first European company to make cottage cheese on an industrial scale and sell it.[6] The cottage cheese brand is very popular in France, despite initial predictions that you could not sell a non-French sounding cheese to the French.[7]


In 1990, the brothers Dickinson bought a 1,000-acre (400 ha) farm near Barnsley.[11] All the cattle were moved to this farm and as such, the dairy processing was moved there too. Production of cheese and yoghurts was retained at the Longley Farm site.[3]


But I guess it just goes to show that the heart wants what the heart wants, or in this case, the tummy. Rock on with your cottage cheese, David, and I hope that it shows up in greater quantities at lower prices soon!


My Dad knew someone who worked for a big dairy. His informant told us that returned, post-dated milk was routinely turned into cottage cheese and that returned cottage cheese became Fudgesicles! Doubtless, le cottage is a superior product.


If you keep a kefir culture going, as I do, it is very simple to whip up your own cottage cheese. See this site for the directions: dna/kefir_cheese.html#Kefir-cottage-cheeseMore often I do cream cheese with my excess kefir, even easier.


I am noticing 2 trends to the comments that have me scratching my head with curiosity then dying to try! #1, cracked black pepper on the cottage cheese. Seems to be a huge hit! and #2 Israeli cottage cheese?? The rave reviews have me dying to taste it!


Dr. Oz recently exposed American cottage cheese as a Health Food Imposter! The reason: too much salt. He quoted that one serving of cottage cheese has 344 mg of sodium, about one-third of the recommended amount per day. The advice was to read the labels, as some brands can have as little as 60 mg of sodium per serving.


Friend of mine used to make the most wonderful cheesecake with cottage cheese. Not necessarily better than the heavenly creaminess that is full fat cream cheese, but a really good light summer alternative.


Longley Farm Cottage Cheese. The history of cottage cheese is a bit of a mystery, at some point it crossed the Atlantic to the United States and became hugely popular; whereas over here it faded into obscurity.


Little pot of natural flavoured cottage cheese is deliciously creamy and naturally high in protein. Enjoy straight from the pot or on crackers. Produced by Longley Farm in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. 041b061a72


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