5 results for tag: blue cheese


I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues

When I was growing up, my mother's go-to salad was a wedge of iceberg lettuce topped with a blob of chunky blue cheese dressing. She and Daddy scarfed it up like it was candy. I turned my nose up. What was the appeal of this stinky, gooey cheese stuff? Of course, I swore that I would never eat blue cheese. And, once again I'm eating my words. I love blue cheese! I love blue cheese with so many things – on steaks, on salads, stuffed in mushrooms, melted over grilled vegetables, the options are endless. This week's recipes all feature blue cheese. You can choose your favorite variety. Personally, I like the stronger blues like gorgonzola. If you're ...

Three Pounds of Cheese

I was watching the news this morning and learned that the world has an overrun of cheese. Such a huge overrun of cheese, that it will take each and every person on the planet, eating an extra 3 pounds of cheese this year to get the cheese market back on kilter. I don't know about you, but I'm ready, able and willing to do my part for the cheese industry. The recipes this week all feature cheese. Some are hot and gooey, some are cool and firm, but all are deliciously cheesy! (Photography by Paul Nurnberg.)Creamy Eggs with Goat CheeseStirring a little goat cheese into lightly scrambled eggs transforms a simple dish into a delicious and special brunch. ...

A Taste of Paris – French Brunch

I developed a fascination with French food in high school when our French III class learned how to prepare a number of classic French dishes. French cuisine offers a rich experience that ranges from simple, rustic country dishes to elaborate gastronomic feats. With basic cooking techniques and a little practice, you can begin enjoying authentic French cuisine in your own kitchen in no time. The recipes and photos this week are from a “Taste of Paris” brunch that I donated to HELP of Beaufort's auction last year. Each course was paired with a French wine donated by Larry Bernard of Dataw Island. Bon Appetit!Baked Brie Dip with Sun-Dried Tomatoes1 ...

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

I love the fiery taste of super-spicy buffalo chicken wings and I love blue cheese – what a great combination! Determined to stay away from fried foods while still enjoying some of my favorite flavors, I drew inspiration from a taco pizza that I sampled last weekend and created this delicious recipe. Enjoy!  Buffalo Chicken Pizza 1 packaged pizza crust (thin, thick or whole wheat) ½ cup pizza sauce ½ cup buffalo wing sauce 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 1½ cups chopped, cooked chicken breasts 2 stalks celery, diced 1 cup blue cheese, crumbled 1/3 cup chopped green onions, to garnish Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place pizza crust on a ...

Buffalo Shrimp Salad

Want a hot and spicy fried shrimp salad but don't feel like going out to get it? Try this easy recipe. I only fry food about 3 times a year – mainly because of the greasy mess and the fact that it stinks up my kitchen. Still, I'm a coastal southern girl and I do like to eat a mess of fried local shrimp from time to time! The instructions are easy. No exact measuring, make as much or as little as you like. Everything is seasoned to your taste. Enjoy! Buffalo Shrimp Salad Fresh (medium/large) shrimp, peeled and deveined Eggs Milk Cornmeal Salt Pepper Vegetable oil, for frying Salad greens Buffalo wing sauce Blue cheese crumbles www.cateringbydebb...