We've got a lineup of delicious sweet and savory recipes starring one of our favorite guilty pleasures—cheese.
There is little more satisfying than cutting into a round of warm Brie. The addition of strawberries, almonds, and honey makes
the experience truly decadent.
Parmesan and ricotta cheese bind together cooked chard in a flaky pastry crust before being topped with a fried egg.
Nothing beats a perfectly prepared fondue. This classic Swiss recipe uses Emmentaler and Gruyère cheeses. Tip: When melting
the cheese, stir in a crisscross motion to keep it from forming a ball.
The combination of tart balsamic tossed peaches and pungent blue cheese broiled over crunchy crostini is truly sublime.
The addition of mascarpone cheese to the whipping cream creates a tangier, more complex alternative to a basic whipped cream
with your choice of berries.
If you can’t find marinated mozzarella at your deli, prepare your favorite Italian vinaigrette and add diced roasted red bell
pepper or pimiento. Marinate the cheese in the dressing for a day or two before serving for the best flavor.
This refreshing salad can be served with any combination of fresh herbs. We like a mixture of mint, basil, parsley, and chives.
Mint works as a cool complement to the tangy feta.
Manchego is a firm Spanish cheese made from sheep’s milk. Its relatively mild flavor melds perfectly with the acidity of the
olive and lemon for a simple, crowd-pleasing appetizer.
This recipe debunks the myth that seafood and cheese don’t belong together with the realization that the combined richness
of lobster and cheese are actually a perfect match.
The marriage of aromatic truffle, tangy goat cheese, roasted sweet bell pepper, and peppery arugula in these breakfast panini
packs a punch to get you started in the morning.