What is the difference between blue cheese and Gorgonzola cheese?
Gorgonzola cheese is actually a type of blue cheese, like Roquefort. The difference between Gorgonzola and Roquefort is that the former is an Italian cheese while the latter is a French cheese.
What makes Gorgonzola cheese different from other types of blue cheese?
Gorgonzola is made of cow’s milk, whereas other types of blue cheese are made from sheep’s milk. This Italian cheese also has a milder flavor than Roquefort, so it gives you the taste you want without being too overbearing.
What can I eat with these types of cheese?
Most people eat blue cheese dressing with their buffalo wings or their salads. Blue cheese can also work well when crumbled over a salad or a risotto. Drizzle some honey over Gorgonzola for a delicious cheese board.