Fast Food... That's what first attracted me to this sauce. I love a blue cheese sauce and had this bookmarked as a recipe I wanted to make. Saturday, Jackie and I had an art fair to go to (Ah, the suburbs). I had about 20 minutes to whip up a quickie lunch.
Whatever condiments you have (I had a BBQ sauce and some pickle relish)
Just a bit planning ahead, I had some fresh made buns that I made yesterday.
But the star of this lunch is this AMAZING Blue Cheese Sauce!
This is another rare complete and TOTAL steal. Nothing changed at all.
So, my policy is to not print the recipe, but give you the links to find your way to the blog I stole it from... Barry of the ROCK RECIPES Blog.
|Click this logo to be taken to Barry's Blog, Rock Recipes|
He is a prolific blogger, just passing the 600 blog post mark a couple of months ago. He has been posting for 4 years and everything is indeed drool worthy...
|Click the Photo to see Barry's set of Gingerbread House Posts|
OMG, such details, such a wonderful hobby! Barry does not use a mold, instead he makes copies of houses from the town. BTW, Barry lives in St. John, Newfoundland, Canada. With his multi-year blog, you can trace a few years worth of his houses...
|Click this photo to see his post on|
"Detailed instructions for making GingerBread Houses"
Barry, I am in awe. I especially enjoy the idea you shared of using extra spices if you do not intend to eat the art, as the lighting will warm the spices, adding such a wonderful image of the smells of Christmas!!!
|This is Barry's photo of his Blue Cheese Sauce in action at his home...|
Click the photo above to see Barry (Rock Recipe) 's original
post on making an Easy Blue Cheese Sauce!!!
a versatile sauce that can be used on steaks or as a dip for vegetables or crusty bread. It is also very good tossed with pasta as a side dish to serve with steak or roast beef. I actually toss this sauce with cooked penne and thinly sliced rare steak for one of my favorite pasta dishes.
Such a beautiful sauce, seems a shame to only use it on fast food (well, my version of fast food). Took about as long to make the sauce as it did to make the burgers. Burgers, steak, pasta; a sauce for all... This is on my permanent "Make Again" list.
Thanks Barry, love the sauce and really enjoyed your blog. Personal, with just about perfect recipes! Love every bit about your blog and your life!!!
So, if I have tweeked your interest in Barry and the ROCK RECIPES Blog , head on over and say HI for me!
And for a quick look at what he blogs, click on the logo link image to the left. You will see all the eRecipeCards that Barry has submitted to eRecipeCards.com. You can add his recipes to your eRecipeBox (once you have a free account).