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Cheese Recipes & Entertainment Tips
Cooking with cheese is always a delight, this is why we are
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Baked Brie is a classic cheese dish
that can be made in an infinite number of ways.
French Brie Cheese is wrapped in puff pastry and baked until
it has thoroughly melted inside can be combined with jams,
jellies, nuts, liquors or even savory components like mushrooms
Gourmet Cheese Tasting Parties
Introduce your friends to a variety of international cheeses
they have never tried before.
Prepare about a 1/4 lb. of cheese per person and an assortment
of crackers and fruit slices. Include a balance of strong, mild
and smoked cheeses with different textures from crumbly Blue
Cheese and Feta to smooth triple cream cheeses and savory
sliceable Gouda. Don't use heavily butter flavored crackers like
Captain's Wafers as they dominate in flavor of the cheese.
Coming soon is our recipe archive section, this way you'll never
miss a recipe!
Greek Cheese Pie
- 3 cups all purpose flour
- 1/2 spoons oregano
- 1 cup warm water
- 2 tbl spoons oil
- dash of salt
Mix ingredients; knead for about 2-3 minutes; adding flour to
until it doesn't stick to the hands. Separate into 3 equal
- a couple of chopped green shallots (can replace with 1/3
- 1/2 cup whole milk or better still, half & half
- 1/3 cup freshly grated Romano cheese
- 1/3 cup finely chopped parsley
- 2 cups feta cheese , crumbled
- salt, pepper, thyme
- 3 eggs
Beat eggs; mix all other ingredients; heat in pot until
cheese starts melting; allow to cool to room temperature; then
mix in eggs
- roll out the 3 dough balls- so that each one is a bit
bigger than your baking pan (i use 8x12 in.)- the amount of
dough, for that size will give you the right thickness.
- Place the first layer on the greased pan, with ends
hanging over the pan rim
- add half the filling
- follow on with the second dough layer
- add the rest of the filling
- finish off with the last dough layer
- fold the dough layers together
- pluck a few holes, making sure you go through the second
layer of dough
Bake for 3/4 hour at around 400F
Ever Try Making Quick Pickles?
If you love cucumbers in any form, make quick pickles the
next time your local farmers' market has a bumper crop.
Japanese pickles or tsukemono can be bought readily in
any large supermarket, but it is much more fun to make your own
quick pickles at home.
Pear, Walnut & Cheddar Salad
½ cup Oklahoma walnuts
vintage cheddar cheese, crumbled
1 tbs roughly chopped dill
1 pear, peeled cored & sliced
Extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar
Place walnuts in a frying pan over medium heat, toss for 2-3
minutes or until lightly toasted.
Combine walnuts, cheese, dill and pear in a bowl. Drizzle with
olive oil and balsamic vinegar, season to taste and toss gently
to combine. Serve.