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Stilton in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishStiltonStil‧ton /ˈstɪltən/ noun [uncountable]  DFa type of English cheese that is white with grey-blue marks and has a strong taste
Examples from the Corpus
StiltonHere we sit around the ancient ruins of a Stilton, eating and talking, drinking and smoking.Crush Stilton with a fork and work until creamy, then mix with the Shape soft cheese and skimmed milk until smooth.As he lifted the dust-cover from the Twinflush DeLuxe it crumbled, then collapsed like a hollow Stilton.Left-over Stilton is very good for cooking and is an affordable substitute for Roquefort.Prime Stilton is available from the autumn onwards, being made with summer milk.