Definition of Roquefort dressing
1. Noun. Vinaigrette containing crumbled Roquefort or blue cheese.
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Literary usage of Roquefort dressing
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1. Economical Cookery by Marion Harris Neil (1918)
"roquefort dressing is made by mixing in one half ounce of Roquefort cheese. Chutney Dressing is made by adding two tablespoons chopped chutney. ..."
2. Good Housekeeping's Book of Recipes and Household Discoveries (1920)
"LETTUCE WITH roquefort dressing 1 solid head lettuce ys teaspoonful pepper % teaspoonful salt % cupful Roquefort cheese 3 tablespoonfuls olive-oil 1 ..."
3. Two Hundred Recipes for Making Salads: With Thirty Recipes for Dressings and by Olive M. Hulse (1910)
"roquefort dressing Into four tablespoonfuls of oil work half a pound of grated Roquefort cheese until thoroughly smooth. Add one tablespoonful of tarragon ..."
4. Handy Household Hints and Recipes by Wehrley, Mattie Lee (1916)
"Excellent for chicken, Waldorf or nut salad. roquefort dressing. Mash a small quantity of Roquefort cheese and stir through a ..."
5. The Voyage of a Vice-chancellor by Arthur Everett Shipley, Bruce Rogers (1919)
"... Chicken 60, Hearts of Lettuce 35, Lettuce and Tomato 40, Cucumber 35, Watercress 30, Russian dressing 15, Mayonnaise dressing 15, roquefort dressing 30. ..."