Designation of Origin

  morddwyd 07:22 05 Nov 09
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A new deli has opened in the village and with a campaign to "save Our Local Shops" under way I thought I'd give it a try.

"Good Morning. Where does your Stilton cheese come from please?"

"London"

"It can't do, they're not allowed to make it in London"

"Oh, I only meant we get it from London. It's actually made in Stilton,"

Wrong again. One local shop I will not be endeavouring to save!

Whatever is wrong with saying "I don't know"?

  John B 07:26 05 Nov 09

Your deli opens early!

  morddwyd 07:29 05 Nov 09

Oh go back to sleep or get off to work!

  John B 07:30 05 Nov 09

Ha!

  Quickbeam 08:10 05 Nov 09

It's a pity nobody thought of granting Newcastle Brown Ale, a designation of origin status a few years back... I'm running already:)

  gengiscant 08:12 05 Nov 09

Well don't keep us waiting,where does Stilton come from? somewhere smelly I have no doubt.LOL

  BT 08:45 05 Nov 09

It can only be made in Leicestershire, Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire but curiously Stilton is in Cambridgeshire!

click here

  peter99co 09:56 05 Nov 09

I have been told many times that I would make a good Saleman

  morddwyd 11:09 05 Nov 09

Much like the same variety of beer can vary from brewery to brewery, so can the flavour of Stilton (and probably other cheeses too)vary from dairy to dairy.

Many people, particularly the locals in the areas mentioned, will ask for Stilton by the name of the dairy, and many shops will sell two or three from different dairies. Even my local Morrison's, in Dundee, sells both Colston Bassett and Long Clawson Stilton.

If I ask for one and get given another I probably would not be able to tell, but serve them side by side and I certainly can.

No different to bread or pies being better from one baker than another.

Incidentally, Cornish Blue, a proper blue not the Cornish Yarg, is very like a young Stilton, creamier and less crumbly.

  Quickbeam 11:22 05 Nov 09

Stilton is the only cheese I can't stomach, the smell put me off before it gets anywhere near my mouth!

  interzone55 12:29 05 Nov 09

I think I can find you some more cheeses you won't be able to stomach - try some of the riper Roquefort varieties, like this one click here

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