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    Blue Cheese - Serving Suggestions

    I've received a 1/2 kilo block of blue cheese from Siamburi at the wallet screaming price of 99B.

    My plans.....

    Blue cheese dressing

    Blue cheese and spinach stuffed boneless chicken thighs.

    A simple sprinkle on a burger.

    Any recommendation for the other quarter kilo?

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    What kind of cheese exactly?

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    Just eat it with a bottle of wine.

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    You could stretch it out and wait for father xmas to bring the port....

    Or

    Freeze in small blocks and defrost and mix with Mayo for Blue Cheese burgers over following months

    Or

    Broccoli & Stilton (Blue Cheese) Soup which again will freeze

    Or

    Again you can freeze pasta bakes - make a mushroom, garlic and blue cheese bake

    really Blue cheese is strong enough for a little to go a long way - fukin love the stuff me self.

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    What BB said - fuk it just cane it in one go with some good red and sit back replete dreaming of what you could have done with it if only you had more self control....

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Just eat it with a bottle of wine.
    Seconded.

    Crackers and a chilled 5L box of Chablis.


    Bladdy drooling just at the thought.

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    Stick it on some hot toast then squash it with a fork or knife before devouring. Delisherous.

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    Add to pizza topping.

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    If you are trying to get rid of a bird, rub it round your bell end if you know she's going down later.
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    ^ @99 baht for half a kilo that's probably where it came from

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    But fuk for a clean break that's cheaps

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    As it is with some decent bread, on a 4 cheese pizza (quattro formaggi if you wanna sound sophisticated) or on a steak in a blue cheese sauce.

    All winners.

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    Melted on toast with some Branston pickle works for me

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    Throw it away and by a block of stilton or Roquefort.

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    I’ve made Blue Cheese Scones several times from this recipe:

    https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/...-cheese-scones

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    Blue cheese scones, you're a dark horse on the sly Ainsley Harriot.

    Where's my Jacobs cream crackers

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    Blue Cheese with a very good gutsy (peaty) Whiskey .Like an Ardberg 10 year old. They go together like a hand in a glove. Sublime

    On crackers if you must, but a sip of Whiskey and then a munch on a good blue cheese(Stilton) is just outstanding.

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    Make a dip for firecracker shrimp, buffalo wings or celery..

    1 cup blue cheese crumbles (about 4.5 oz)
    1/2 cup sour cream
    1/4 cup mayonnaise
    1 tbsp buttermilk (you can get away with milk)
    1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/8 tsp pepper
    Keeps for a week in the fridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Freeze in small blocks
    Freezing cheese makes it crumbly on defrosting. Better to buy grated cheese. It comes pre crumbled. But maybe Blue Cheese isn't the same?

    Properly stored, a wedge of Blue cheese will last for about 1 to 2 months in the refrigerator. ... To freeze a wedge of Blue cheese: Cut the cheese into portions no larger than 1/2 pound each, and wrap tightly in heavy-duty aluminum foil or plastic freezer wrap, or place inside a heavy-duty freezer bag.

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    Add some Maggie Beer quince/fig paste.
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Seconded.

    Crackers and a chilled 5L box of Chablis.


    Bladdy drooling just at the thought.

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    A Canadian work mate told me that he has blue cheese apple pie at home. I thought he was taking the pis but it seems to be true.

    https://www.bakepedia.com/blue-chees...asted-walnuts/

    Weirdos

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    A simple sprinkle on a burger.
    That'll work, crumbling some thru a salad makes a nice change too. I like it on crackers, but ideally with a few other cheeses on the side and some things like pickles and olives and grapes on the plate too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Make a dip for firecracker shrimp, buffalo wings or celery..
    Agree, blue cheese makes a great dip. Here is something I often made. Not anymore can't find the clams in the sticks.



    https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe...se-dunk-260734
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    Thanks for the suggestions,

    I made the dressing this evening, the cheese is pretty good...nice and crumbly with a decent tang to it. I'll let it sit overnight in the fridge and give a try tomorrow.

    I'm definitely going to use it as an evening snack rather than having dinner along with the 1/2 kilo of smoked salmon.
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