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Price is per 100 grams. Blue Stilton, the King of British Cheeses, is often eaten with celery or pears. It is commonly added as a flavouring to vegetable soup, notably to cream of celery or broccoli.[22] It is otherwise eaten with various crackers, biscuits or bread. It can be used to make a blue cheese sauce to be served drizzled over a steak, or the cheese can be crumbled over a salad. Traditionally, a barley wine or port is paired with Blue Stilton, but it also goes well with sweet sherry or Madeira wineThe rind of the cheese forms naturally during the aging process and is perfectly edible, unlike the rind of some other cheeses.

Blue Stilton

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