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Cheese: Roaring Forties Blue

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by Phoebe 4 years ago

I discovered by accident that Roaring Forties Blue is once again for sale in the US after an almost 2 year absence. What happened to change its availability?

Blue cheese in twice-baked potatoes to freeze or some other ideas?

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by KathleenMP 5 years ago

I am making some twice bakes to freeze and I need to use up some blue cheese. I have your basic sour cream and butter. Some Monterey Jack to use up, some bacon. Blue cheese is pretty precious; I...

ISO mild blue cheese for dressing

DuffyH
by DuffyH 5 years ago

I confess, stinky cheese makes me gag. But I'm needing to feed a variety of peeps, some who love blue dressing, others like me, not so much. I liked the blue-ranch blend that was the house dressing...

Looking for Fromager d'Affinois BLUE

BobB
by BobB 5 years ago

I got this once at Dave's in Davis Square and it was amazing - what Cambozola would be if it died and went to heaven. But last time I was in they had only the plain and herbed versions, and everywh...

Buffalo Gorgonzola

DonShirer
by DonShirer 5 years ago

Just bought some Blu di Caravaggio (aka Buffalo Gorgonzola) a rich pasteurized cheese from Lombardy, Italy. It is creamy and spreadable, unlike many crumbly blue cheeses, and the "blueness" is rat...

Looking for substitute for blue cheese

aChowBaby
by aChowBaby 12 years ago

I don't like blue cheese! I know, I know but tastes horrible to me. Or have not had the best tasting blue cheese ever? Is a substitute for blue cheese? My family likes Blue Cheese Burgers, th...

Difference between Gorganzola & Blue Cheese?

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by luckyb444 9 years ago

I know that Gorgonzola is only one of the several cheeses known as “Blues”. However, when I go to a convenient local “supermarket” I find different containers labeled as Gorgonzola and Blue Cheese ...

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