Cheeses that have funny names include Munster, Danablu and Stinking Bishop. Each of these cheeses has a distinct flavor that is used in a number of recipes.
Milk from cows living in the Lorraine, Alsace and Franche-Comte region of France is used to make Munster cheese. The cheese has a pungent aroma and a tangy taste. Danablu is a type of bleu cheese and has a strong flavor. This cheese is Danish. Stinking Bishop is a very aged cheese that is made from the pasteurized milk of Gloucestershire cows. The cheese is washed with Stinking Bishop pear juice to give it a distinct taste.