Yorkshire blue cheese sauce recipes

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
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
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
Vegetarian Lasagne

Vegetarian Lasagne

Dhal Goat’s Cheese Quiche Pumpkin Risotto Easy Chilli Recipe Broccoli And Blue Cheese Quiche Egg And Lentil Curry Chicken Casserole Leek And Pepper Vegetable Cake Carrot And Onion Pie Courgette Pasta With Blue Cheese Sauce Vegetable Pie Spanish Omelette Roast Pepper Quiche Diane’s Fish Curry Stuffed Peppers With Mince Chilli Con Carne
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
Is yours a Peckish Kitchen

Is yours a Peckish Kitchen

The post Is yours a Peckish Kitchen appeared first on YorkshirePudd. It’s basically 650g of strong white flour, 7g of yeast, 2 tsp of salt, 25ml of oil, 50ml of milk and 325ml of warm water together with a tomato sauce base that consists of 3 garlic cloves, 1 onion, 2 tins of tomatoes, 175ml of red wine, a touch of basil and 2 tbsp of tomato puree, whack a touch of blue cheese on top of your sauce and some of Peckish Kitchens delightful relishes and Chutneys and wow this is good. Based in Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, Peckish Kitchen started out making wild garlic pesto and pickled onions until demand amongst family and friends grew to the extent that it gave them hope that actually they could make a living out of them, today they still work from the kitchen at home but now with a 5 star health and hygiene rating, making a much larger range of chutneys and relishes that can be found in many of the farmers markets around Yorkshire
REVIEW: The Liquorist, Leeds

REVIEW: The Liquorist, Leeds

Read more restaurant reviews from Yorkshire Pudd here. My dining partner – girlfriend and fellow journo Lauren – had a Portobello mushroom with a blue cheese sauce, again garnished with salad, with the addition of cherry tomatoes
Review: The Meat Co, London

Review: The Meat Co, London

The Meat Co, London appeared first on YorkshirePudd. They had been marinated and basted very well indeed, the chicken was extremely well cooked and the accompanying blue cheese dip worked perfectly with them
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
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