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Synonyms for blue cheese

cheese containing a blue mold

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If you're a lover of blue cheese, this one's the stop for you
Hints and Tips Stilton, Ribblesdale Blue or Roquefort cheese can be used instead of the creamier blue cheeses.
Lynn Giacomini Stray with Point Reyes' new blue cheese dips.
With such pride and enthusiasm for his cave-aged blue cheeses, it is no surprise Deli Business magazine called Jirik the most innovative cheesemaker in America.
The outlook was rather grim for Continental blue cheese last year - sales fell 3% in the 12 months to 14 June 2009 [Kantar] - but things have taken a decidedly upbeat turn since then.
For a party of 15 to 20 people, Werlin suggests offering a fresh cheese (goat cheese), a soft-ripened cheese (Brie); a semi-hard cheese (an English-style Cheddar), a hard cheese (like dry Jack or Parmesan) and perhaps a blue cheese.
I'm sure there are plenty of you who will open the page today, immediately see the words blue cheese and think "No thanks".
has introduced a variety pack of its blue cheeses called Traveling Blues.
Use images and recordings of a broad range of blues recording artists to symbolize how different blue cheeses can be.
25% has been suggested as a target, but there are blue cheeses with less than 1% salt and above 4%, such as Roquefort.
We carry European blue cheeses and Australian blue cheeses, and we've had a really good response to the Golden Ridge cheese," Logsdon said.
Notes: Blue cheeses such as gorgonzola and cambozola have a rich, nutty flavor; Danish blue tastes sharper.
has launched a new line of prepackaged blue cheeses from Saga.
The combination of cheddar and blue cheeses is meant to create a new taste sensation and add zest to grilled hamburgers and steaks, as well as green salads and side dishes.