Onion jam, which is reason enough to try this sandwich, is simple to make (see the recipe for Blaak Onion Jam at beekman1802.com, which also sells the jam by the jar). Although any blue cheese is delicious here, look for one that's sliceable or crumbly, not gooey. Stilton, Maytag, and Roaring Forties are good choices.
Supermarket rotisserie chicken comes together with sweet grapes and savory bacon in a fast, fresh dinner. This dish uses just half of a rotisserie chicken. Shred or slice the leftover meat and use in a sandwich, quesadilla, or pasta dish for another quick meal.
A blue cheese bechamel makes this tart deliciously rich, so you need only a small piece. It's a good starter or side dish for a holiday meal, but it works just as well for lunch or a light dinner with a green salad.
Pears, in peak season from late summer through January, become a truly sophisticated dessert when served poached with a slice of Stilton blue cheese. This recipe is adapted from "Entertaining."
Also Try: Breaded Pork Chops with Thyme, Potato and Leek Gratin