“Lots of cheeses are naturally moldy — Camembert and blue cheese get their flavor from molds, Penicillium camemberti and P. roqueforti, to be exact.”
“Two minutes later the curtain rose on a medieval castle hall richly done in the new stage-craft made in Germany and consisting of pink and blue cheese cloth.”
“Malevolently ladling the blue cheese at eye level.”
“In other words, in the face of 6-ounce muffins, Buffalo wings dipped in blue cheese dressing, three-meat pizza with extra cheese stuffed in the crust, and the like, our caveman drive for high-calorie food trumps the weaker signals telling us we’ve had enough.”
“They had a fine Brie, and good black olives with their drinks; then minestrone; then veau poêlé and brown rice and asparagus and a salad of spinach, avocado, and mushrooms with blue cheese dressing; then chilled grapes and melon.”
“Look for the word pasteurized (cooked) on cheese labels, and avoid cheeses (such as blue cheese or Brie) that aren’t pasteurized.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘blue cheese’.
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ranch, thousand island, Italian, Dorothy Lynch, creamy Italian, garlic ranch, Balsamic Vinaigrette, house italian, Olive Oil Vinaigr..., Raspberry Hazelnu..., Red Wine Vinaigrette, goddess dressing and 27 more...
Terms used in the EU's Common Agricultural Policy referring to policy issues in the milk sector.
HU translations: input costs, retailer, trader, processor, price transmission, raw milk, milk cow, offset income losses, production quota ..., reference price, Single Area Payme..., Single Payment Sc... and 43 more...
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