Caerphilly wasoriginally a Welsh cheese, but is now made mostly in the West Country. It is a mild soft cheese. Here it is paired with vine-ripened tomatoes and fresh herbs. Pretty and tasty. From "The Great British Kitchen" published by The British Food Trust.
- Slice cheese (do not worry if it crumbles a bit) and tomatoes; arrange on individual plates.
- Whisk together oil, yogurt, mustard, herbs; season with salt and pepper.
- Spoon yogurt dressing over cheese and tomatoes; garnish with additional fresh herbs.