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Gorgonzola with Figs and Honey

Grilling figs enhances their natural sweetness and the addition of blue cheese makes a great flavor contrast. Good with pre-dinner drinks...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Gorgonzola and Pear Tart

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Coarsely chop the cheese and heat it in a small saucepan with the heavy cream over very low heat, st...

by Wanda Tornabene and Giovanna Tornabene


Blue Cheese Dressing

We dress our Italian Cobb Salad  with this rich and creamy dressing. Substitute Stilton or Fourme d’Ambert blue cheese.

by Frank Stitt


Squash and Gorgonzola Tart

This works well with either creamy Gorgonzola dolce, or the firmer, sharper piccante variety.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Potato, Gorgonzola and Sage Bread

I love baking bread. When I lived - very briefly - on Middleduck Farm in the heart of the countryside in Litchfield, I instantly became M...

by Jane Green


Gorgonzola Puffs

These nuggets of flavor could be served on tiny doilies or in little paper muffin cups for passing at a cocktail party. Then they can jus...

by Brigit Binns


Pizza Bianca

Crisp pizza dough makes the perfect base for light, fresh toppings such as prosciutto, figs, arugula, and tangy blue cheese.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Portobello Burgers with Red Peppers and Gorgonzola

This is an absolutely wonderful meatless summer sandwich. In the center is a marinated and grilled portobello mushroom cap. It is filled ...

by Sara Moulton


Baked Polenta Layered with Tomato, Fontina, and Gorg...

This polenta gratin looks inviting baked in a large earthenware dish–bring it to the table bubbling and fragrant and serve it family styl...

by Edward Espe Brown and Deborah Madison

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Omelet of Tomatoes and Black Olives with Gorgonzola

1 In a bowl, combine the tomatoes, ¼ teaspoon of the salt, ½ teaspoon of the pepper, and the chopped olives. Toss to mix. Set aside. 2 ...

by Georgeanne Brennan


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