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Iceberg Hearts with Blue Cheese Vinaigrette

Recipe photo courtesy of Beatriz da Costa

Blue cheese provides a needed spark to basic iceberg lettuce here.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December/January 1999
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Cook's Notes

Use the tines of a fork to crumble the blue cheese. For the dressing, you can also place the mustard, vinegar, salt, pepper, and oil in the bowl of a food processor; combine, and then stir in half the blue cheese.

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  • bakeaholic2
    27 JAN, 2011
    OMG! This is a great alternative to a sandwich. I substitute gorgonzola for blue cheese, and sometimes spicy or creole mustard for dijon. I cannot eat wheat or grain foods, so this is fantastic for picnics or a quick bite at home. Yummy!
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  • mmsrjs
    29 NOV, 2007
    LOVE BLUE CHEESE AND THIS IS GREAT
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