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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
Here’s a nutty idea: a grilled cheese sandwich that’s slathered in deliciously chunky peanut butter. Say hello to The Nut Job. Created by Matthew Alcott of Whitefish, Montana, this tasty grilled cheese sandwich uniquely combines Wisconsin cheddar cheese and savory bacon with a mouthwatering jam made of fresh strawberries, rhubarb and almonds. Your taste buds are sure to go nuts. Find the recipe here: http://bit.ly/1w3rIvd
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
The fixings for a tasty dinner.
Fall is full of some of the greatest parties – whether it is a party to celebrate Halloween, a gathering to catch up after a fast-paced summer, or even just enjoying a glass of wine and great comfort food with friends. This means you need a simple and quick dish to share at all these wonderful gatherings.
Can’t beat this take on buffalo and blue cheese by Half Baked Harvest.
Although summer has come to a close, we are following the advice of the great Dr. Seuss, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened,” and taking a look back on the tasty recipes we’ve created in the last few months:http://bit.ly/Zh1J8f