The Blue English Style comes in a wedge shaped block, with a tangy flavour, but unlike Blue French style, it has perhaps a slightly creamier flavour, with the distinctive somewhat aromatic and "mushroomy" blue cheese notes that this flavour is well known for. It goes so well with fruits like pears & old English apples such as Russets and Granny Smiths, but it will also add a new flavour twist to all your meals.
Lots of American recipes actually use Blue: for salad dressings, vinaigrettes, dips, in potato cakes or shaved into salads (accompanied with walnuts and a glass of Sauterne, well, just saying).
It is perfect between granary bread with slices of beefsteak tomato & a big pinch of fresh tarragon, and absolutely lovely in a Blue Sheese coleslaw. But topped with herbs, paprika and a sprinkle of olive oil, the Blue Sheese is fabulous toasted or cooked in general too.
It can be easily grated into mashed potato, as a garnish for well roasted jacket potatoes (and sprinkled with rosemary) or melted in a Blue Sheese & Broccoli soup!