Looking for a Manero's type Gorgonzola Dressing

by HunterJay 10 years ago

I don't know if anyone remembers Manero's (in Westport, CT but I think there were a few), but they had this great Gorgonzola salad dressing that I loved (we're talking way back before gorgonzola wa...

Help me with Gorgonzola please!

by alikaprincess 4 years ago

This is going to sound like a stupid request but bear with me. I bought this gorgonzola for a recipe I made some time ago. Sometimes I can go with blue cheese, sometimes I can't stand it. The reci...

Absolute Best Risotto You Will EVER Eat: Toasted Pistachio Gorgonzola Dolce

by Joe H. 19 years ago

Immodestly this is the best risotto that I have ever eaten. I have had risotto at Al Soriso and Dal Pescatore (Michelin three stars), Battebecco and Bitone (one stars in Bologna), da Fiore (one st...

Great Cheese Book: "Di Bruno Brothers House of Cheese, A Guide to Wedges, Recipes and Pairings"

by alkapal 6 years ago

This book is one of the best I've ever seen on cheese, with one great exception to this praise. The descriptions of the cheeses are imaginative in their groupings by characterizations of the che...

"Crumbling" Gorgonzola dolce

by dkenworthy 6 years ago

How do you make Gorgonzola dolce crumble like other blue cheeses? I always lose patience and end up with big blobs. And that isn't so appealing from an appearance or flavor standpoint. Any tricks ...

Buffalo Gorgonzola

by DonShirer 6 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...

GORGONZOLA - Cheese of the Month (June 2013)

by Phoebe 8 years ago

Gorgonzola was first born in 879 A.D. in the Lombardy or Piedmont regions of Italy, near Milan. Italian Gorgonzolas are creamy and mild, while domestic varieties are usually sharper and more crumbl...

Difference between Gorganzola & Blue Cheese?

by luckyb444 10 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 ...

Gorgonzola Substitute?

by BakingandBooks 13 years ago

I'm making an Italian sauce that calls for Gorgonzola but I can't find it .... what kind of cheese could I use as a substitute? Thanks for your help!!

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