From Daryl aka Avery:
There's nothing like a savory biscuit to calm the soul. Slathered with butter, if desired, and yum. I'm in seventh heaven and on my way to eighth!
Gorgonzola cheese is a cheese that is not everyone's favorite. It is very strong on its own - delicious with apple slices and other fruits. Fabulous in salad dressings or just sprinkled on salads.
It really becomes "tame" when added to these biscuits. The flavor seems to mellow, which makes them a perfect accompaniment for soup or salad. They are a definite must for a brunch.
FYI, about Gorgonzola: it is a veined blue cheese made from cow's milk. Its origin is Italy. It has been produced for centuries, and there are those who will dispute its original terroir. But now it's mainly produced in the northern regions or Piedmont and Lombardy. It is typically aged for 3 - 4 months; it gets firmer as it ripens.