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Blue cheese is an ideal partner for crisp Boston lettuce, romaine hearts, or hearty endive spears. Thick and creamy, this dressing can be made with crumbly blue cheeses ranging from mild Danish blue to the more pungent Roquefort, Stilton, or Gorgonzola.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, August 2005
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  • karenbrown
    16 JUN, 2013
    Made this after watching the Martha cooking show. Really delicious, lovely taste and texture, without being loaded with fat. Served it over iceburg lettuce wedges, with grilled steak, grilled tomatoes with pesto, and oven-fried potatoes (my fries are lightly tossed in olive oil, then sprinkled with salt flakes and freeze-dried sage powder.) Cheers from NZ, Karen Brown
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