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Blue Cheese Dressing

Drizzle this creamy, tangy dressing over your favorite greens. Good with green salads, or as a dressing for steamed new potatoes.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Herbed Mashed Potatoes with Roquefort Cheese

Substitute soft goat cheese for the Roquefort (unseasoned, uncoated Montrachet is best). Cut the goat cheese into ¼-inch rounds and place...

by Christopher Idone


Frisée Aux Lardons

PREP Prepare the bacon by placing the cubes in the saucepan, covering them with water, and bringing to a quick boil. When the water boi...

by Anthony Bourdain


Dates Stuffed with Roquefort Cheese and Topped with ...

Timing is Everything:The dates can be filled with cheese one day ahead and kept refrigerated, well covered.The nuts can be pan toasted ...

by Lauren Groveman


Pork Chops with Blue Cheese Stuffing

This filling is both savory and sweet and the pecans add a delightful crunchy texture.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Chopped Cobb Salad with Roquefort Dressing

Here are the basic elements of the famous Cobb salad, put together in a slightly different way. Instead of crumbled blue cheese as a com...

by Leslie Revsin


Country Salad

Tear the chicory into bite-size pieces. Place in a large salad bowl, cover with paper toweling, and refrigerate. Peel the pear and ...

by Christopher Idone


Pear Salad with Stilton Dressing

Smooth creamy Stilton dressing imparts the wonderful Stilton flavor into this salad. An English blue cheese, Stilton contains the same mo...

by Didi Emmons


Phyllo Triangles

Working with PhylloOne of the most versatile, delicious, and widely available aids to the party-giver is phyllo, the tissue-paper–thin do...

by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins

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Butternut Squash with Pecans and Blue Cheese

This has many strings to its bow: It serves as a vegetarian alternative to the Thanksgiving turkey; it gussies up a plate of cold leftove...

by Nigella Lawson

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