How Traditional English Stilton Cheese Is Made At A 100-Year-Old Dairy | Regional Eats

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Stilton cheese takes its name from the village of Stilton, in the east of England. The earliest reports of cheese made and sold here date to the 17th century. In 1724, English writer Daniel Defoe referred to the town being “famous for cheese,” calling the product the “English Parmesan.” Today, Stilton can only be made in six dairies, which are spread across three counties in England: Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, and Derbyshire. We visited Colston Bassett Dairy in Nottinghamshire to learn more about the cheese is made.

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How Traditional English Stilton Cheese Is Made At A 100-Year-Old Dairy | Regional Eats

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