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Bubbly Beer Cheese Soup from London Book

Maralyn’s Castello Cheese recipes remind me of a favorite bubbly cheese soup that I enjoy, even in July. Of course, this recipe includes beer to imbibe while stirring the cheese. The Hill team enjoys cheese in every way any month of the year. This soup reminds us of our luxurious food tasting journey to...

Castello Moments Cheese Lovers Share Their Recipes–Win a Tasting

Many of you have followed my sponsored posts on Castello Alps Selection Cheese . It was a deliciously fun project. I wish it had been timed when I was home more, so I would have had the time to develop more recipes. The good news is there were a good number of us doing this for Honest Cooking.   As a...

Castello Moments with a Toas-Tite Grilled Cheese

Like my recipe on June 14 and 16, 2013, this is a sponsored post. Castello Alps Selection Cheese was sent to me to enjoy, create recipes, and use for tastings. It has been a lot of fun and not enough time to compile a lot of recipes. As I watched the cheese melt, I thought of the Toas-Tite sandwiches I grew...

“Castello Moments” and Castello Chicken Couscous

  Like my recipe on June 14, 2013, this is a sponsored post. Castello Alps Selection Cheese was sent to me to enjoy, create recipes, and use for tastings.   We had a roasted chicken dinner with leftover chicken. So, I put it to good use with some of the delicious Castello cheese we have in our refrigerator....

Castello Moments with Truffle Mac n’ Cheese and Classic, Hirten and Weissbier Cheese

  On occasion, we have an opportunity to do a sponsored post. In this instance, I received three rounds of Castello Alps Selection Cheese. Since cheese is by far one of my very favorite food groups, I have been having fun with wine and cheese tasting and various recipes. Today, I am sharing the Truffle Mac...

Cottage Cheese Dumplings From Chef Romana Paulus of the Czech Republic

  As a child growing my, my grandmother made dumplings—chicken and dumplings, bean soup with dumplings, and dumplings in many different dishes. Nothing compares to the twist that chef Romana Paulus has created with his cottage cheese dumplings. Of course, I’d expect no less given his background and...

Arugula, Pistachio and Wisconsin Aged Parmesan Pesto Toss

  . . . . . . . . It is always nice to try out some new twists on salad. This one from www.EatWisconsinCheese.com has some treasures. Arugula, Pistachio and Wisconsin Aged Parmesan Pesto Toss Ingredients: Pesto: 4 ounces baby arugula 1/2 cup unsalted shelled pistachios* 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1 teaspoon...

Easy Appetizer: Nut-Crusted Brie with Cherry Chutney From The Biltmore Estate

Here is an easy appetizer ffrom The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. I’ve probably toured the estate 8 or 9 times as a visitor and guest. I’ve also been fortunate to interview many of their chefs. They always have wonderful recipes and ideas. Spending time with your guests is your priority, so you don’t...

Brie En Croute With Enhancements

We love cheese. Especially creamy Brie cheese wrapped in crust and baked to a golden butter crunch. You can the pastry from scratch, use refrigerated dough as I do, or buy the product ready made as I also do.  Keeping  a ready made Brie en croute in the freezer is handy for imromtu guests. Then there are...

The Biltmore’s Cheddar Stuffed Apples

Cheddar-Stuffed Apples Yield: 8 servings Ingredients: • 1/4 cup chopped onion • 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, melted • 2 cups cubed cinnamon-raisin bread, toasted • 1 1/4 cups (5 ounces) shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, divided • 1 large egg, lightly beaten • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1/4 teaspoon apple pie...

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