Equal measures of:
Delice de Bourgogne, or a similar triple cream cheese* -- sample the cheese at the fromagerie to make sure it is not too ammoniac, as triple creams can have that slightly harsh undertone
Schwarz und Weiss, or a similar sharp, heavily flavored blue cheese -- see my comments on this cheese from last summer -- you can use Stilton or gorgonzola or whatever similar cheese strikes your fancy
I use four ounces of each if I'm doing this for a small gathering.
Half pint of heavy cream if using four ounce portions of cheese, scale cream up in proportion to amount of cheese.
Let the blue cheese sit out and soften a while, then mash it together with the triple cream using a wooden spoon or similar. Add heavy cream by the splash. Mash until mixture achieves a spreadable softness.
Serve with artisan bread.
This is great to bring to parties. It's easy to make, many people have never tasted something quite like it, and the flavor is distinctive. It has two other advantages...those heavy, flavorful blues are usually eaten sliced or crumbled -- this makes them spreadable, which is better party food. It also cuts down the strength and saltiness of the blue flavor, which makes the cheeses more accessible to folks who are put off by the intensity.
* Philly Cream Cheese is to French triple creams as Velveeta is to cheddar, but if you wish you can use Philly in this recipe in lieu of a triple cream