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    A little love from the food network!

    ISU and the Mr. Maytag back in the 40's worked together to create Maytag Bluecheese from cows milk...yummm! In you Europe, they would use goats milk to make it...also referred to Cubbie milk here in the states... Just kidding of course ...



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    Re: A little love from the food network!



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    Re: A little love from the food network!

    Yes there is true fun fact about ISU and Blue Cheese. I couldn't enjoy a plate of buffalo wings without it.

    For clarification however, in Europe they used unpasturized and unhomogenized sheep's milk to make Blue Cheese's continental counterpart Roquefort.

    If you ever have a chance try some Stilton cheese. Very similar and toe-curling good.



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    Re: A little love from the food network!

    And Maytag Blue is sold as a delicacy in the finer cheese shops in Germany....


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    Re: A little love from the food network!

    I have Stilton quite often. An acquired taste and pungent. I just got back from skiing in Utah and one of my friends I was skiing with wouldn't eat it.



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