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Old 05-08-2009, 04:33 PM   #21
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Mescaline greens (baby wild greens)
Please don't call it that! the mixed lettuces is known as "Mesclun." Mescaline is/was a famous intoxicant from the 60's.......
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Old 05-08-2009, 04:54 PM   #22
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Please don't call it that! the mixed lettuces is known as "Mesclun." Mescaline is/was a famous intoxicant from the 60's.......
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Please don't call it that! the mixed lettuces is known as "Mesclun." Mescaline is/was a famous intoxicant from the 60's.......

I think they used to used Mescaline to detox heroin addicts too.
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Old 05-08-2009, 04:58 PM   #24
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There are MANY blue cheeses now made in US, Msmofet. but Maytag was among the first ones.

Without thinking, I can safely name:
Point Reyes Blue
Rothkase Buttermilk Blue
Oregonzola
Oregon Blue Cheese (there's a company in Oregon that ONLY makes blue cheeses -- at least 5 different ones!)
Capriole
Deep Ellum Blue
Hubbardston Blue
and there are at least thirty (yes, 30!) more I am sure.
thank you.

there was a cheese i used to buy from a farm in new jersey that was imported from france i think (many years ago), it was a blend of blue cheese and brie. i can't remember the name but the farm for some reason could no longer import it. do you know of this cheese?
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Old 05-08-2009, 05:07 PM   #25
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For store bought Blue dressing I like LightHouse. In the produce section.
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Old 05-08-2009, 05:35 PM   #26
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Gee... I consider pears and blue cheese a classic combination! [We have that for dessert on a regular basis!] I do prefer toasted walnuts with pears and blue cheese, tho.
I pair pears and bleu cheese quite often - it's the full-blown bleu cheese dressing and adding pears to that salad that is off-putting to me. But pears and blue cheese are a match made in heaven!!!!!!!!!! ...you can throw in a few blueberries too!
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I pair pears and bleu cheese quite often - it's the full-blown bleu cheese dressing and adding pears to that salad that is off-putting to me. But pears and blue cheese are a match made in heaven!!!!!!!!!! ...you can throw in a few blueberries too!
i like blue cheese and a tart apple like a mac or jazz.
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