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    This is a copycat of the Torani-style flavored syrup. You can also use almond extract, hazelnut, or any other flavor. Easy and inexpensive, compared to coffee-shop prices! Makes a nice holiday or hostess gift.

    Recipe #255067

    This is my family's favorite bleu cheese dressing- I have no idea where Uncle Ronnie got the recipe, but I'm glad he did. You can use any bleu cheese- my current fave is Danish Blue, but you can use any domestic or imported blue type- gorgonzola, etc.- to great effect! If you're going to use it all really quickly, you can add minced fresh parsley, too- it really boosts the flavor, but won't keep as long. (And if you can't use it up fast enough, use it in the Bleu Cheese Hot Wings recipe!)

    Recipe #288113

    Made these with leftover Uncle Ronnie's Bleu Cheese Dressing (recipe available on this site), and wow! You can use any bleu cheese dressing to make these, but the homemade dressing baked into a sort of soft, but firm, coating on the chicken- have never had that happen with store-bought salad dressing. Good flavor, and melt-in-your-mouth texture, even from cheap store-brand frozen wing sections (which are famous in our house for being tough, sinewy, and flavorless). Pair up with some celery sticks and even more bleu cheese for great party food, or as a tasty late-night snack. This recipe doubles or triples easily.

    Recipe #288209


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