the upper valley (dale) of the River Ure in the Pennine highlands of Richmondshire district, administrative county of North Yorkshire, historic ... [1 related articles]
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Wensleydale is a British, traditional, farmhouse hard cheese made in Yorkshire originally from sheep's milk but now more commonly from cow's milk. Traditionally, Wensleydale is eaten with apple pie. The recipe for Wensleydale dates back to the 11th century and Cistercian monks who came to Britain with William the Conqueror.
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Wensleydale is the valley (dale) of the River Ure on the east side of the Pennines in North Yorkshire, England. Wensleydale lies in the Yorkshire Dales National Park – one of only a few valleys in the Dales not currently named after its principal river, but the older name, `Yoredale`, can still be seen on some maps and as the Yoredale Series o..
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