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I made this recipe exactly as specified with 2 deviations. I used three pounds of potatoes, and added 2 tablespoons of sour cream to compensate for the fact that I didn't have extra blue cheese for the extra pound of potatoes. Other than that, no changes were made. I did not add butter or salt, and I found this recipe very flavorful and tangy and surprisingly light. I used Creative Classics brand blue cheese crumbles and the flavor came through very well. I would serve this again with roast chicken (as I did tonite), a roast beef or pork chops. A very tasty and versatile dish. (My mom did add some butter and salt at the table, but she butters everything and would salt beef jerky if we let her!)

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Amy - Ellie's Mommie August 04, 2003

I like potatoes and love blue cheese so this worked for me. I added a lot of garlic powder after it was cooked as well as a bit of salt. I just did half the recipe for two of us. Thanks Miller

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Tebo December 10, 2003

As prepared according to these directions, I had to call in life support: butter, more milk, some heavy cream, more blue cheese and, of course, salt. By the time I served these with our grilled steak and corn on the cob, they were quite passable - but I still lament my loss of such a big chunk of blue cheese for such ho-hum results. This was disappointing!

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vrvrvr May 25, 2012

8/23/2011 - Updating b/c I noticed no stars!
3/22/2011 - I'm just updating my review . I make these frequently and I cannot say enough how wonderful these potatoes are! Miller left a legacy. Don't hesitate to try these.
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UTTERLY FANTASTIC!!! I followed the recipe to a T, but used a heaping soup spoonful of minced garlic from the jar because I hate peeling and chopping fresh garlic and threw that in with the boiling potatoes. I used 4 medium sized idaho potatoes (are those russets?), and added about 2 TB of butter as I mashed them with the hand masher. I mixed up the milk, 4 oz of blue cheese, pepper and fresh parsley I cut with scissors (I find it literally impossible to chop fresh parsley with a knife!), and slowly used my handmixer on low to blend it all in. The blue cheese taste was absolutely PERFECT! Not too strong with a nice blue cheese flavor, certainly not too weak on the blue cheese flavor at all. I highly recommend these!! Not only are they tasty, they are very quick and easy to make! Can't wait to make them again!

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Cathy17 August 23, 2011

made these along side "no peek" prime rib, and they were delicious!! We are blue cheese fenatics, so I increased the amount of blue cheese by 2 ounces, and otherwise made them according to the recipe. I did add a little bit of salt, just because I think all homemade potatoes need it. We will make these again! Thanks Mille!!

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Mrs. Gottrocks October 12, 2004
Blue Cheese Potatoes