Wed 8 Nov 2006
Port and stilton have always traditionally gone well together, however it is the blue stilton that is traditionally eaten with a dark ruby port. Blue stilton is very often accompanied by a wide variety of biscuits and crackers but to make a change then it can be eaten along with celery or even added to cream of celery soup. White stilton lacks the traditional blue veins commonly associated with Stilton cheese and is often served with fruitcake, chocolate sweets or combined with dried fruit.
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