I love stinky cheese!  Stinky Bishop is a member of the pasteurized cow’s milk washed-rind family, but the rind here is bathed in perry, an alcoholic pear cider, and develops a stinky, pungent, orange-colored, sticky rind.

I love stinky cheese! Stinky Bishop is a member of the pasteurized cow’s milk washed-rind family, but the rind here is bathed in perry, an alcoholic pear cider, and develops a stinky, pungent, orange-colored, sticky rind.

Q: Why did the priests leave the church of cheese? A: Because there was a stinking bishop. Pizza? Oh yeah. Sausage and kale? That would be a match made in heaven. Any recipe with “three chees…

Q: Why did the priests leave the church of cheese? A: Because there was a stinking bishop. Pizza? Oh yeah. Sausage and kale? That would be a match made in heaven. Any recipe with “three chees…

Mulled wine, a bold red wine-based drink that gets warmed up and steeped with orange zest and juice, cinnamon sticks, cloves and star anise, and sweetened with honey. Pair this with Stinking Bishop, the infamous English washed-rind cow’s milk cheese.

The Only Way to Get Through Winter is to Warm Up With These Cheeses and Warm Cocktails

Mulled wine, a bold red wine-based drink that gets warmed up and steeped with orange zest and juice, cinnamon sticks, cloves and star anise, and sweetened with honey. Pair this with Stinking Bishop, the infamous English washed-rind cow’s milk cheese.

Stinking Bishop: A British invention whose sharp bark is met with a sweet, creamy bite.

Stinking Bishop

Stinking Bishop: A British invention whose sharp bark is met with a sweet, creamy bite.

Epoisses: Weird cheeses that will change your life.

Weird cheeses that will change your life

Double cheese & onion soufflé tart

Double cheese & onion soufflé tart

Double cheese & onion souffle tart - I substituted rice flour to make it gluten free, and it worked fine. seriously tasty.

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