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I love cheese and have a big slab of this blue veined sheep's milk cheese left over from Christmas.
What would you do with it? Any suggestions gratefully received.
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I crumbled it over salads all the time.

I also make a blue cheese butter to serve with steaks or filets.
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Thanks for the tips.
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I crumbled it over salads all the time.

I also make a blue cheese butter to serve with steaks or filets.
Do you just blend it with butter or do you add anything else?
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I crumbled it over salads all the time.

I also make a blue cheese butter to serve with steaks or filets.
Blue cheese dip/dressing
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Blue cheese
Butter
Pepper (the cheese is already pretty salty)

Optional (any or all):
Shallots
Garlic
Herbs
Scallions


Smoosh it all together. Form it into a log and wrap in plastic. Chill.

Slice it to serve.
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My neighbor makes that, SS, and uses it to top her steaks.

She also puts a ball of it in the middle of her burgers.

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Blue cheese
Butter
Pepper (the cheese is already pretty salty)

Optional (any or all):
Shallots
Garlic
Herbs
Scallions


Smoosh it all together. Form it into a log and wrap in plastic. Chill.

Slice it to serve.
Thank you SS!! That sounds great I copied it.
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Default Re: Roquefort Cheese??

douse it with honey and eat it on crackers I love blue cheese and the gooeyer and stinkier the better

it goes good melted on steak too

or a bacon blue burger w sauteed onions
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Eat with fruit(apples/pears)and enjoy with a nice glass of port.
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Eat with fruit(apples/pears)and enjoy with a nice glass of port.
Wow, I haven't seen anyone suggest drinking port as an apertif in a long while. I'm with you! It's nice. An acquired taste, but nice, especially on cold nights.
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Wow, I haven't seen anyone suggest drinking port as an apertif in a long while. I'm with you! It's nice. An acquired taste, but nice, especially on cold nights.
I am telling ya, a swig of port and a decent blue, best salad dressing ever, lol.
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bleu cheese creme sauce (using a bechamel), w/ black pepper & that 4 pasta
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Eat with fruit(apples/pears)and enjoy with a nice glass of port.
or that! Yum
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Default Re: Roquefort Cheese??

I might be too late, but maybe the next time...

(Brown Derby) California Cobb Salad
http://familyfun.go.com/recipes/brow...-salad-714069/

Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta
http://www.cookinglight.com/food/qui...077/page2.html

Spinach Salad w/ Grilled Chicken, Roquefort, walnuts & Raspberry Vinaigrette - or BLT Bruschetta
http://www.rfsdelivers.com/Brands/RF...3/Default.aspx

This Rustic Summer Squash Tart caught my attention
http://www.womansday.com/Recipes/Rus...a_rid=10157689
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Default Re: Roquefort Cheese??

hadn't looked back on this thread for a while, but there are some awesome ideas, thanks folks!
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