Nobody is more patriotic than Murray’s Field Merchandising Specialist Nathan Aldridge (see photographic evidence). As such, one of Nathan’s favorite holidays is coming up soon: Super Bowl Sunday! He’s such a big fan that he follows all of the playoffs and even bets on them on https://www.fanduel.com/nfl-playoffs-super-bowl! Of course, so many others also bet on the Super Bowl as it is one of the biggest sporting events in the calendar. Betting on sports seems to be so popular these days, with sites like mega888 bringing people into the idea, so it is important that people look around first before they choose an online betting service. Be sure to look at the odds and compare them to others, making sure you find the best deal for your bet. Perhaps some people would like to learn more about ATS.io and their betting odds (see them here). That should help you to find the best odds for Super Bowl Sunday! This year, make Nathan’s blue cheese dip the highlight of your viewing party.
As a cheesemonger I’ve been asked many times for my suggestions for parties, gatherings, weddings, birthdays, you name it. This time of year however, I do not wait to be asked for my educated opinion. I yell it from the mountain tops! You can’t watch the Super Bowl without eating chicken wings, and you can’t eat chicken wings without blue cheese dressing! That would be like watching the Super Bowl and skipping the commercials.
My favorite Super Bowl Blue Cheese is Rogue Creamery’s Smokey Blue. For the last 5 years, this dip has been the highlight of every ceremonial chicken wing eating event I have hosted(aka the Super Bowl). The smokiness of this particular blue cheese adds a rustic, woodsy flavor to the dip. It’s also delightful with carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and celery (for those of you who like to nibble on the lighter side).
Smokey Blue Cheese Dressing
1/2 tsp. garlic salt
1/2 tsp. white pepper
dash black pepper
1/2 tsp. worcestershire sauce
1/4 c milk
2 tbsp. vinegar
3/4c crumbled Rogue Creamery Smokey Blue
Blend together dry spices then add the Worscestershire sauce. Add the milk then let sit for a few minutes, to dissolve the spices. Have the mayonnaise measured out as well as the smokey blue cheese crumbles before you add the vinegar to the milk mixture.
Add the vinegar to the milk mixture. It will start to curdle: this is normal.
Add the mayonnaise and whisk together well. When blended, add the Smokey Blue crumbles.
The longer you let the dressing refrigerate, the better the flavor will be. I suggest preparing 2 days before chow time.
Yield: 3 cups (if you need to make more, make 2 batches, DO NOT double the recipe, the flavors will not blend as well.)
Enjoy! You can thank me later.