Weber Duck

If you love bleu cheese because it bites back, you'll love this easy delicious dip. When I made it I didn't have the pimento spread, but it still tasted great. I didn't bother freezing or refrigerating until firm because I wanted to eat it. I mixed the Worcestershire sauce with the rest of the ingredients instead of spreading on top. I found this recipe in Gooseberry Patch Christmas from Susan Smith in Walnutport, PA. Susan says nobody knows where the name came from, but a name isn't necessary for something so tasty. Cooking time excludes chilling time.

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10mins
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directions

  • Mash blue cheese and cream cheese with fork.
  • Add onion and mix thoroughly.
  • Form a small cake.
  • Put in freezer or refrigerator until firm.
  • Mix pimento spread together with Worcestershire sauce and spread over blue cheese mixture.
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"If you love bleu cheese because it bites back, you'll love this easy delicious dip. When I made it I didn't have the pimento spread, but it still tasted great. I didn't bother freezing or refrigerating until firm because I wanted to eat it. I mixed the Worcestershire sauce with the rest of the ingredients instead of spreading on top. I found this recipe in Gooseberry Patch Christmas from Susan Smith in Walnutport, PA. Susan says nobody knows where the name came from, but a name isn't necessary for something so tasty. Cooking time excludes chilling time."
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  1. AmyZoe
    If you love bleu cheese because it bites back, you'll love this easy delicious dip. When I made it I didn't have the pimento spread, but it still tasted great. I didn't bother freezing or refrigerating until firm because I wanted to eat it. I mixed the Worcestershire sauce with the rest of the ingredients instead of spreading on top. I found this recipe in Gooseberry Patch Christmas from Susan Smith in Walnutport, PA. Susan says nobody knows where the name came from, but a name isn't necessary for something so tasty. Cooking time excludes chilling time.
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