from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark for a soft cheese made from sheep's milk and ripened in caves near Roquefort, France.
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- n. A blue cheese made from sheep milk, produced in France.
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- n. French blue cheese
Featuring the talents of C.B. CEBULSKI, CHRIS SEQUERA, KEN ROQUEFORT (MADAME MIRAGE), JONATHAN HICKMAN, and many others, the first issue to this series will feature a wraparound cover by Roquefort and a variant cover by some guy named MARC SILVESTRI (NEW X-MEN).
The mold found in Roquefort is called penicillium roqueforti which occurs naturally in caves.
The name Roquefort is only given to cheeses aged in the caves of the Mont Combalou in one village called Roquefort-sur-Soulzon in the Aveyron region of France.
Roquefort is an undeniably great cheese, but Stilton is the king of blue cheeses.
Here Roquefort is very cheap and not quite as strong (at least the ones I have tried).
Roquefort is made from the milk of a single breed of ewe, known as the red Lacaune.
Roquefort is a blue/green veined and very strong stinky cheese from the Aveyron region of Southern France made from sheep’s milk.
The Halibut Oscar, with crab and Hollandaise sauce, is one of my personal favorites, and the filet Roquefort, which is a six-ounce filet mignon topped with bacon, blue cheese and a burgundy wine sauce.
In return, the U.S. won't impose threatened sanctions of $79 million on a number of EU food products such as Roquefort cheese and Italian mineral water.
Associated Press The U.S. and EU reached a provisional deal to end the threat of duties on EU products such as Roquefort cheese, seen here maturing.
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