Posts tagged with ‘cheese’
What type of cheese is Limburger: a washed-rind or bloomy-rind cheese?
Some couplings were simply meant to be. Which cheese is your burger’s soulmate, Wisconsin cheddar or Wisconsin swiss?
Pumpkin and mascarpone are perfect partners in this dessert roll.
’Tis the season for celebrating the harvest and enjoying savory, cheese-filled recipes! The latest issue of Grate. Pair. Share. has plenty of autumn-themed inspiration to cook up this fall, including recipes from expert cheesemongers and new ideas from talented food bloggers like Baked Bree, FoodieCrush, Brooklyn Supper, Hip Foodie Mom and Inspiralized.
Read here: www.GratePairShare.com
Our Cheese of the Month. Goes good with raw onion on rye, dark beers and game meat.
Introducing: The Charlotte by Jesse Lindhorst of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rustic. Wholesome. Hearty. The Charlotte seems to have all the essentials for a mouthwatering good time. Buttery Wisconsin havarti and sharp parmesan are accompanited by savory sausage, garlic-flavored Brussels sprouts, spicy red onions and a sweet balsamic sauce. It’s country living at its tastiest. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/1v7lH2v
Rightly named the “stinky” cheese, Wisconsin limburger, which was first made in Belgium, is an assertive cheese and was made to complement Germans’ taste for highly flavored game and meats. Today, a single cheese plant in Monroe, Wisconsin, produces all of the surface-ripened limburger made in the United States.
Get the recipe for Limburger and Bratwurst Sandwich by Hip Foodie Mom
What is the traditional way to eat Limburger cheese?
While in the midst of Halloween preparations and fall-themed festivities, don’t forget that Sweetest Day is October 18! In the spirit of sweetness, we are giving away the three Wisconsin cheeses featured in the lavish cheeseboard above to two lucky fans. There are two ways to enter, with a winner being chosen from each way – visit our Facebook page and Instagram to find out more!
The three cheeses we are giving away are perfect for a shareable Sweetest Day cheeseboard. Wisconsin brie, on the far left, presents a creamy, earthy flavor that complements the juicy fresh raspberries and blackberries. In the center, Wisconsin mascarponemakes for a smooth treat when spread on sweet wafer crackers and topped with orange marmalade. And Wisconsin gouda, on the right, adds a buttery, nutty flavor to balance the ultra-sweet taste of a maple syrup drizzle.
How to Enter:
From October 12 through October 14, there are two methods of entry and you are allowed to enter once through each:
1.) Visit the Wisconsin Cheese Facebook page, “like” the image of the above cheeseboard and comment with someone who you’d like to share the cheeseboard with.
2.) Visit the Wisconsin Cheese Instagram, “like” the image of the above cheeseboard and comment with someone who you’d like to share the cheeseboard with.
- Entrants must be U.S. residents aged 18 or older.
- Entries are limited to one per household, per method of entry.
- One random entry from each method of entry will be chosen as the winners.
- Entry period ends Tuesday, October 14, after 11:59 p.m. EST.
The winner will be chosen and announced within the same Facebook post and Instagram post on Wednesday, October 15, 2014.
The Everything-Wisconsin Soup
Whether you love it or don’t particularly have an appetite for it, we can all agree that our Cheese of the Month, Wisconsin limburger, is legendary both in smell and flavor. Have you tried Wisconsin limburger?
The fixings for a tasty dinner.
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