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1 c. heavy cream
1 c. simple brown gravy
1-2 oz. blue cheese
2 T. brandy liquor
Start by taking one c. of heavy cream and reducing it by half on a low simmer. (Heat should be high but not boiling.) Time it takes will vary but using a skillet speeds the process. Reducing the whipping cream gives the sauce its richness.
Make 1 c. of a simple brown gravy (you can use a quick gravy mix, which takes minutes, or make a simple brown sauce from scratch.)
Preheat a saute pan until very hot.
Melt 1-2 oz. of blue cheese, stirring with a wire whisk. (You can substitute Roquefort or Stilton, if preferred.)
Remove pot from heat and add 2 T. brandy liquor. Put back on the flame and flambe the sauce: this cuts the alcohol and smooths the flavor.
Add the cream and brown gravy and then simmer til desired thickness is achieved. Keep warm over low heat.