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Couldn't cook today - it was too hot. This is a real heat-buster. Used roquefort in place of the bleu and creme fraiche in place of the sour cream. Fleur de sel was my salt of choice. Everything else as is. Delicious.

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evelyn/athens June 10, 2009

Wonderful. I added crisp bacon and diced fresh tomatos. My boyfriend is not a salad eater but will eat this.

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misscain February 29, 2012

I quartered the recipe for a single serving, but had enough dressing left over for another salad. That's a good thing because it was delicious! The fresh chives really made it, I think. Made for ZWT.

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PanNan June 14, 2009

An easy and delicious salad! I halved the recipe and used chives from my garden! Thanks! Made for the Epicurean Queens-Family Picks-ZWT 2009.

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Sharon123 June 10, 2009

I found this to be delicious! Have to admit that as much as I have grown to love blue cheese, I hav enever made the dressing myself! It was so easy and nice change from the everyday salad! I improvised and added some crumbled bacon over it! If I had them in the fridge, I would have added some cherry tomatoes as well! Thanks for sharing! Definitely a keeper! Made for Ali Baba Babes for ZWT5.

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jkoch960 June 02, 2009

Made the blue cheese dressing only to find that I forgot to buy the lettuce. Bummer, but I served the dressing atop some tomatoes and it was great. I did use about 6 oz of cheese, added 2 tsp of vinegar (that's how I like it), and added 2 T of cream to thin it out a bit. I am a HUGE blue cheese fan!!!! I loved the use of chives in the dressing AND on the salad. A fun salad for dinner this evening. Made for ZWT5 for a fabulous teammate. Sorry that I didn't have the lettuce, but the dressing was the star :) UPDATE: After 2 days in the fridge, this stuff ROCKS. . .tastes like my favorite Ken's Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing. It also thins out with time, so (as Kelly warned me) I did not need to thin it out. So my advise is to make it a day ahead of time.

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JanuaryBride May 28, 2009

LOVED this!!!! I did make the dressing leaving out the cheese for my Son and DH but for me.... More the better. Loved the lemon in this. Used home grown chives. Perfect time of the year for this salad. Thank you bunches. Made for ZWT5. ;) Menu #28606

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Rita~ May 27, 2009

We loved this wedge to go with our steak for my DH's birthday meal! We will enjoy this again!

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OutOfThyme March 13, 2009
Iceberg Lettuce Wedges W/Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing