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Chef John's Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing
This is an awesome, awesome, awesome blue cheese dressing. I used Duke's olive oil mayo, light sour cream, and fat free buttermilk to reduce the calories, but I used regular blue cheese because low fat blue cheese is just WRONG in so many ways! I also splashed in around 1 tsp. of white wine vinegar in it because I always add that to my blue cheese dressing. With these changes I got the calories down to around 135 calories per 1/4 cup serving size. I did not miss any of the fat I cut out! Thank you Chef John for this great recipe.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 21, 2013
Winter Blossom's Often Requested Ham Salad
This is a great recipe for ham salad. I have made it twice now, both times with leftover Costco Kirkland brand applewood smoked ham. The first time I didn't have enough dill pickle relish so I added enough Wickle's brand relish to make the 1/3 cup called for in the recipe. (Wickle's is a sweet spicy bread and butter type pickle). The second time I used all dill pickle relish. I think I preferred the one with a bit of Wickle's in it to the one with all dill pickle relish. Both times I used dijon mustard instead of brown mustard, just a personal preference. Without a doubt this is the BEST ham salad I have ever had. I had ham for Christmas this year just so I would have leftover ham to make this recipe... it is that good!!!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 26, 2011
German Rouladen
This is one of my husband's most favorite foods, but I had never tried cooking it at home before. This recipe was great! I followed the recipe except for these slight modifications. I used round steak instead of flank, I semi-fried my bacon before adding to the roll. I used a generous amount of mustard with horseradish on each one, and cooked in lower sodium beef broth with a splash of worcestershire. I couldn't get all my onions to stay on the rolls, so I chopped the leftovers up and added them to the beef broth, along with one dill pickle slice chopped, and one tablespoon of mustard. I simmered them for more like 2 hours after they browned. I served with the German Red Cabbage recipe from this site, and boiled russet potatoes. All in all a wonderful recipe, my only change next time will be to cut my round steak smaller, say 3" by 6-7". My rolls were a little large. Thanks Ron for sharing this!

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2010

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