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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 cheese, with many thanks to the Cambridge Cheese Company||
Most frequent country: England
Most frequent region: County Durham
Also known as: Yorkshire Stilton
See foods and dishes: Coverdale, Ribblesdale, Swaledale, Wensleydale