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Excellent! This recipe made enough for two occasions. I didn't have any marjoram on hand so I left it out and didn't miss it at all. I served it with little dipping bread sticks. I'll be making this often! You saved me lots of money, too. I have been purchasing this at our local farmers market for $3.50 for a tiny container!!!! Thanks!!!

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DebS #2 June 11, 2008

This is an easy and delicious boursin recipe. Even using the dried herbs, this recipe is very flavorful. I let the low-fat cream cheese and Blue Bonnet margarine sit out till room temp, and was able to combine everything nicely by hand. This made two good-sized logs, and I am planning to freeze one! A definite keeper!

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LorenLou June 04, 2004

So easy and delicious ... whipped it up at the last minute (usually ingredients you have on hand) for a pot-luck appetizer and it was a hit. I doubled the garlic (personal taste). Will use this often.

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Deb Colorado July 30, 2008

I halved the recipe and that is plenty! I didn't have dried basil or marjoram so I just used Italian seasoning instead and it turned out so yummy. Great recipe.

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kimboleyanne April 09, 2011

When first made and used on a baked potato I wasn't bowled over by this recipe. The next day I spread some on a toasted bagel though and loved it. It does have a strong garlic flavor. I can see many lovely uses for this spread. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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Susie D August 29, 2005
Boursin Cheese Spread - Copycat