Stilton, what else?

May 20th, 2011 | Posted by Gregoire Michaud in Daily life...

We hosted a British themed evening and, by far, my favorite feature was Stilton!

The party was at night and the lights were moving in the room, so shooting photos was a bit difficult!

PS: I sampled some excellent cottage pie and apple crumble on that night ;)

…and maybe a few pieces of Stilton!

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4 Responses

  • Rachelle says:

    I prefer Roquefort ;) But Stilton is yummy too. What’s the chestnut pastry composed of? Looks tempting

    • Anonymous says:

       Kind of same here… Fourme d’Ambert still tops my chart of blue cheese (by far! :) but I was very pleasantly surprised by these farmed Stilton cheeses!

      The chestnut is a base of puff pastry, a vanilla cremeux (packed with vanilla beans!), a thin layer of milk chocolate (the one we use has yogurt powder added to cut the sweetness) and the top is a chestnut and dark rum cream – highly addictive if I may say ;)

  • The Café Sucré Farine says:

     Wow, what a fun party! Every thing is gorgeous and looks like it should be in a magazine!



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