"The Charted Cheese Wheel" // A charting of 65 delightful cheeses from around the world, assembled into one wondrous wheel. The cheeses are broken down by the animal that produced the luscious milk, and then by the texture of the resultant cheese, forming a cornucopia of cheese that range from the mild to the stinky and from the rock hard to the silky smooth. The chart includes all-time faves like Cheddar, Brie, and Mozzarella as well as foodie faves like Stinking Bishop and Humboldt Fog.
Stinking Bishop Cutting A fruity flavoured cheese with a fantastically soft texture and powerful aroma coming from the perry-washed rind Stinking Bishop has been made by Charles Martell in Gloucestershire since 1994, to a recipe once used by Cistercian monks who farmed the pastures of his farm. It is a small, artisan operation which has developed well over the years due to the enthusiasm, experience and understanding of milk and cheese that Charles has.