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Cotherstone

Language: English

Description: A semihard, unpasteurised, Jersey cow’s milk,vegetarian farmhouse cheese with a soft crust and creamy texture. The flavour is delicate but with a slightly sharp edge. A blue-veined version is available. It has been made at Barnard's Castle in Co. Durham since the 17th Century. It was modelled on Wensleydale but is moister and creamier.


Cotherstone
Cotherstone cheese, with many thanks to the Cambridge Cheese Company

Pronounced: kutherstone
Ethnicity: English
Most frequent country: England
Most frequent region: County Durham
Also known as: Yorkshire Stilton

See foods and dishes: Coverdale, Ribblesdale, Swaledale, Wensleydale


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