Yorkshire blue cheese sauce recipes

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Braised Ox Cheeks, Blue Cheese and Horseradish Remoulade

Braised Ox Cheeks, Blue Cheese and Horseradish Remoulade

Add some unctuous truffled mash, rich with butter and cream, some roasted carrot, blanched peas and braised fennel to accompany and for a Sunday lunch, don't forget some Yorkshire puds to finish off the dish
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New potato and lettuce salad with blue cheese dressing

New potato and lettuce salad with blue cheese dressing

I'd really like one in my house, permanently stacked with fresh vegetables, some eggs, potatoes, a selection of sauces and some garnishes too, so I could knock up some winning combos whenever my heart desired
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Happy New Year and Some News! Oh, and the Ultimate Vegan Yorkshire Puddings!

Happy New Year and Some News! Oh, and the Ultimate Vegan Yorkshire Puddings!

roasted Brussels sprouts with mushrooms, vegan blue cheese and cranberries. I was sad about that at first but then I realised it was actually really nice to just enjoy the festivities, watch Christmas movies and eat vegan cheese on crackers
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Review: The Blue Bell at Arkendale

Review: The Blue Bell at Arkendale

The Blue Bell at Arkendale (now part of the West Park Inns collection of North Yorkshire venues) has had a major transformation to create what can only be described as an extremely contemporary look and feel
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Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Leeds & Yorkshire

Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Leeds & Yorkshire

A British cheese board complete with Yorkshire Blue cheese and traditional Yorkshire fruitcake – a food pairing made in heaven – as well as a particularly memorable piece of oozy Tunworth – a pungent, Camembert-like cheese, molten with ripeness and loudly declaring its presence on the platter
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The Top Ten Burger Recipes for Father’s Day! PLUS, Suffolk Gold Double Cheese Burger

The Top Ten Burger Recipes for Father’s Day! PLUS, Suffolk Gold Double Cheese Burger

Whenever we go across to The Star Country Inn for a family meal out, in North Yorkshire, dad and I start to discuss which burgers we will have before we even get there
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Smoking is back on the menu. Behind the scenes at Yorkshire's holy smokery.

Smoking is back on the menu. Behind the scenes at Yorkshire's holy smokery.

White clouds scud across a wide, blue sky above this ancient landscape sculpted from craggy heather coated hills and rich, grass covered dales
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How to Feed a Real Man!

How to Feed a Real Man!

standard mushy (aka sloppy) peas and six Yorkshire puds, potatoes and veg, I. that I eat, all the delicious black garlic, spices, blue cheese, blah de blah
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Restaurant Review: Towngate Brasserie – Hipperholme

Restaurant Review: Towngate Brasserie – Hipperholme

The fillet of beef was beautifully cooked and the Cashel cheese worked wonderfully with it, although personally I’d have preferred to have seen a Yorkshire blue
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Forfar Bridies and Mr Kipling Apple Pies – in search of a decent cricket tea

Forfar Bridies and Mr Kipling Apple Pies – in search of a decent cricket tea

But after years playing cricket in both Yorkshire and London, I have found the standard offering to vary markedly from what Mrs Mackay had on offer
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Review: Almost Famous, Leeds

Review: Almost Famous, Leeds

That fame has led to an expansion and now they’ve landed in Yorkshire and, more precisely, Leeds. I opt Buffalo Beach Club, a burger stacked high containing cheese, streaky bacon, crispy buffalo fried chicken, slaw, pickles, their suicide sauce and blue cheese dressing
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The Old Market Tavern Review Cardiff

The Old Market Tavern Review Cardiff

Our roast dinners were accompanied with homemade roast potatoes, honey glazed parsnips, green beans, Chantenay carrots, Yorkshire pudding and gravy
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St George’s Day & A Spring Salad Recipe: English Apple and Walnut Salad

St George’s Day & A Spring Salad Recipe: English Apple and Walnut Salad

BY JOVE … ST GEORGE’S DAY IN A SAUSAGE SANDWICH……”A family of Yorkshire sausage makers has cooked up the perfect excuse, if ever one was needed, to tuck into a tasty sausage sandwich this St George’s Day
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Table 9 at 108 Brasserie

Table 9 at 108 Brasserie

Yorkshire rhubarb and custard. All the cheeses were British excepting the Durrus from Cork, and there was a great selection ranging from goats cheese through blues to cheddar, offered with a range of biscuits
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Restaurant Review: Cafe No. 8, York

Restaurant Review: Cafe No. 8, York

Mains consisted of beef rump pave steak, umami mushroom gratin, Yorkshire Blue cheese sauce. and baked artichoke with smoked Ribblesdale goats cheese, leeks and pine nuts, salsa verde
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Cheddar is King

Cheddar is King

First few weeks in London – cheese on toast with Worcester sauce to remind me of Yorkshire Saturdays in front of the wrestling
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Meals in May

Meals in May

Including free-range Yorkshire chicken, I was seriously impressed with the variety of dishes on the menu
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Fred the Undead – Zombie Head Cake

Fred the Undead – Zombie Head Cake

Positive thinker, tea drinker, lover of pink, techno, cheese & chocolate. for the cake 2 x 100g butter 2 x 100g sugar 2 x 2 free range eggs 2 x 100g self-raising flour 2 x 5ml whole milk green food colouring gel purple food colouring gel for the butter cream filling & crumb-coat 125g butter 250g icing sugar 2tbsp whole milk blue food colouring gel red food colouring gel for the brains 1 x sachet strawberry quick jel 2 x packets of strawberry laces 1 x packet strawberry tic tacs 1 x mega rainbow sherbet for the zombie face 25g green ready to roll icing 2 x blue M&Ms 1 x bag strawberry fruit buttons strawberry sauce for the cakes in 2 separate bowls, make up 2 batches of cake batter cream the butter & sugar until pale and fluffy beat in the eggs sift in the flour and fold in gently until combined with no lumps add a few drops of green food colouring gel to one cake batter & mix well until evenly coloured add a few drops of purple food colouring gel to the other cake batter & mix well until evenly coloured spray 2 bundt tins with cake release spray put one scoop of each colour in each bundt tin repeat the process until both cake batters are gone bake in a pre-heated oven at Gas Mark 5 for 20 minutes cover with parchment to stop burning and bake for a further 20 minutes until a skewer comes out clean leave to cool completely carefully break the tops of the ridges on one of the cooked cakes (this will house the jelly brains) for the buttercream cream the butter & icing sugar until pale and fluffy add 1 drop of blue food colouring gel & 2 drops of red (it should look like a murky grey colour) spread half of the icing on the flat side of one cake and sandwich the other on the top use the rest of the butter cream as a crumb-coat around the sides of the cake leave the top uncoated or the jelly brains will not stick to the cake for the jelly brains make up the quick jel as packet instructions for fresh fruit put 2 strawberry laces in each section of a yorkshire pudding tray then half fill with quick jel leave to set for approx 10 minutes (it should still have some wobble in the middle) remove each jelly round from the tray and smush slightly so the laces are exposed like brains place each bit of brain on the open top of the cake use the remaining strawberry laces to wrap around the cake like hair place a few tic tacs in clusters over the top - close to the hole in the middle sprinkle with sherbet for the face roll out the ready to roll icing as thin as possible cut into 1cm strips with a pizza cutter arrange the strips over the crumb-coat to look like bandages (they will stick to the crumb-coat) find a central spot and stick the M&Ms in place as the eyes use the strawberry fruit buttons to make a mouth shape arrange the remaining strawberry buttons around the sides of the cake to look like pox marks squirt with strawberry sauce around the base of the jelly brains to look like blood dripping over the sides By Stephanie Mamo Miss Mamo's World. cake,cakes for halloween,easy,Fred the Undead Zombie Head,halloween,halloween cake,halloween party food,recipe,sweet,zombie head cake 100g butter 2 x 100g sugar 2 x 2 free range eggs 2 x 100g self-raising flour 2 x 5ml whole milk green food colouring gel purple food colouring gel for the butter cream filling & crumb-coat 125g butter 250g icing sugar 2tbsp whole milk blue food colouring gel red food colouring gel for the brains 1 x sachet strawberry quick jel 2 x packets of strawberry laces 1 x packet strawberry tic tacs 1 x mega rainbow sherbet for the zombie face 25g green ready to roll icing 2 x blue M&Ms 1 x bag strawberry fruit buttons strawberry sauce for the cakes in 2 separate bowls, make up 2 batches of cake batter cream the butter & sugar until pale and fluffy beat in the eggs sift in the flour and fold in gently until combined with no lumps add a few drops of green food colouring gel to one cake batter & mix well until evenly coloured add a few drops of purple food colouring gel to the other cake batter & mix well until evenly coloured spray 2 bundt tins with cake release spray put one scoop of each colour in each bundt tin repeat the process until both cake batters are gone bake in a pre-heated oven at Gas Mark 5 for 20 minutes cover with parchment to stop burning and bake for a further 20 minutes until a skewer comes out clean leave to cool completely carefully break the tops of the ridges on one of the cooked cakes (this will house the jelly brains) for the buttercream cream the butter & icing sugar until pale and fluffy add 1 drop of blue food colouring gel & 2 drops of red (it should look like a murky grey colour) spread half of the icing on the flat side of one cake and sandwich the other on the top use the rest of the butter cream as a crumb-coat around the sides of the cake leave the top uncoated or the jelly brains will not stick to the cake for the jelly brains make up the quick jel as packet instructions for fresh fruit put 2 strawberry laces in each section of a yorkshire pudding tray then half fill with quick jel leave to set for approx 10 minutes (it should still have some wobble in the middle) remove each jelly round from the tray and smush slightly so the laces are exposed like brains place each bit of brain on the open top of the cake use the remaining strawberry laces to wrap around the cake like hair place a few tic tacs in clusters over the top - close to the hole in the middle sprinkle with sherbet for the face roll out the ready to roll icing as thin as possible cut into 1cm strips with a pizza cutter arrange the strips over the crumb-coat to look like bandages (they will stick to the crumb-coat) find a central spot and stick the M&Ms in place as the eyes use the strawberry fruit buttons to make a mouth shape arrange the remaining strawberry buttons around the sides of the cake to look like pox marks squirt with strawberry sauce around the base of the jelly brains to look like blood dripping over the sides By Stephanie Mamo Miss Mamo's World