I made this to create some variety in my daily veggie intake which typically consists of carrots, cucumbers and bell peppers. With this I also added cauliflower. Will make again but maybe use slightly less acidity. Have to admit, though, that I didn't measure the amount of lemon juice or vinegar I used.
Blue Cheese Dip
From EatingWell: Summer 2003
If you have a garden or farmer's market nearby, there's much to be said for setting out a plate of raw summer vegetables and serving them with nothing more than a great dip. Here is one that everybody seems to enjoy, a creamy blue cheese dip that's good with crunchy radishes (provide some toothpicks for impaling them), baby carrots, broccoli and the like. Use enough of any combination of veggies to feed 4 or 5 people.
2 Reviews for Blue Cheese Dip
I did not include the mayo and substituted curly parsley in place of flat parsley. I placed the dip on plastic wrap, rolled into a ball and froze. Prior to serving, as the ball begins to thaw, roll in chopped pecans.