Tuesdays with Dorie DC: Honey-Blue Cheese Madeleines

March 5, 2019 at 2:59 pm | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, savory things, snacks, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 8 Comments
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honey-blue cheese madeleines

I like the chance to break out my madeleine pan, and here’s an interesting reason– Honey-Blue Cheese Madeleines. A sweet and savory combo, Dorie says she was inspired to create these mads after enjoying blue cheese and honey together on a cheese plate at a wine bar. That in turn inspired me to pair them with some typical cheese plate accompaniments: a few slices of pear (mine were poached) and some dried fruit and nuts. Vin santo, too, although I think they’d go nicely with most wines, or with a dirty martini, if that’s your jam. These are “cocktail cookies,” after all.

For the recipe, see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll and please join us if you haven’t already.


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  1. Your madeleines look very stylish, and great idea to pair them with wine and cheese accompaniments.

  2. Gorgeous photo! I’m interested to make these!

  3. They look great. ‘love how you served them with other accompaniments. Yum! I’m bookmarking this post for future reference and happy hours, of course. Cheers!

  4. Love your playing of these. Great idea!

  5. Beautiful photo and great idea with the accompaniments. You have inspired me as I am on the fence with this one.

  6. Those are gorgeous and I love your pairing ideas. I look forward to seeing your photos, by the way – they’re always spot on.

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