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“Mouldy old cheese”

published 07/03/2010

ProA truly delicious and versatile cheese

ConsHigh in fat and calories!!

STILTON CHEESE "I fancy that Stilton is the best cheese of its type in the world" George Orwell from his essay, "In Defence of English Cooking". "Stiltons, with the exception that they make no noise, are more trouble than babies." Stilton cheese maker, 19th century. INTRODUCTION Stilton is very...

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“Marvellous Mould!”

published 27/08/2003

ProDelicious, mouldy, smelly

ConsMould if you don't like that sort of thing - weird...

For the purposes of this opinion I should be grateful if you would pop a cd into your player of traditional greek bouzouki players. Those of you who are without benefit of such an album should hum along while you read or ask a member of the family or next-door neighbour to sing to you for the...

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“Stilton is Marvellous”

published 12/03/2002

ProTasty Versatile Goes well with wine

ConsNone that I know of

France has its beloved Camembert,Holland is,of course, renowned for Gouda and Edam,Italy produces Romano and Parmesan,Greece is proud of Feta but England too is home to a number of wonderful cheeses,with pride of place going to the "King of Cheeses", Stilton,a truly wonderful cheese. For starters...

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“A blue and smelly opinion”

published 10/01/2002

ProGreat taste

Conscan be expensive

What makes a cheese great? it's not simply how good it tastes but rather like a fine wine it's the subtlety and depth of flavour that reflects the amount of care and time that has been spent in making it. In this regard Stilton fit the bill. >>>>A BRIEF HISTORY>STILTON TODAY

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“This one is for me.”

published 12/01/2002

ProGreat Taste.

ConsA little smelly.

All of our family enjoy cheese and so if we buy any unusual cheeses they are normally eaten up pretty quick. By the time I get to the fridge to enjoy a piece of cheese and some fresh crusty bread there is normally only some mild cheddar left behind. But if I want to ensure that there will be a...

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Excellent

ProCreamy and tasty and blue!!!

ConsHigh in calories

STILTON CHEESE IT EPITOMISES BRITAIN Drink a pot of ale, eat a scoop of Stilton, every day, you will make 'old bones Nineteenth-century saying, Wymondham Roquefort is credited by being 'The King of Cheese' but I think that it must have been a Frenchman who said that and I for one would certainly...

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Super

ProWell um... read on MacDuff...

Cons... don't worry, it's not in iambic pentameter.

I do like chocolate. I love it. But I also love cheese. As I love all chocolate, just about, so do I love all cheese, just about. And, as with chocolate, with cheese I have my favourites. Stilton is one of them. What a lovely cheese it is. It's just so grand somehow. So creamy and veined and...

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“Glorious or grim”

published 21/01/2002

Provery good flavour, very versatile

Consyou can't grate it.

Stilton is a traditional English cheese (taking its name from the village where it was first produced.) A whole cheese stands about nine inches high and has a circular flat top about eight inches across. The rind is very distinctive - it looks brown and mouldy. The innerds of the cheese are white...

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“KING OF CHEESE”

published 19/11/2001

ProDELICIOUS CREAMY FLAVOUR

ConsVERY STRONG TASTING AND SMELLING

I am sure that everyone is aware of what stilton looks like and more importantly how stilton ‘smells’! I always used to call it sock cheese when I was younger, as it really didn’t taste good to me and indeed I thought it smelt of old socks! Not really a paragraph that inspires...

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“WHY NOT”

published 09/03/2005

ProEnglish tasty and nutritious

ConsAlmost addictive

All the talk in our area is about the change over from Safeway's to Morrisons. I bought my Stilton here and much to my pleasant surprise it was on special offer at £1.29 for a rather large 200g block. I went for the English blue Stilton. THE PACKAGE The cheese came in a triangular plastic...

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Product Information : Stilton Cheese

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Stilton

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Cheese Type: Stilton

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