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Here's a quick guide of how to make an awesome cheese board for your next gathering or dinner party. My first… read more>
Here's a quick guide of how to make an awesome cheese board for your next gathering or dinner party. My first tip: Taste before your buy! Not only is it more fun to taste with a cheesemonger at a cheese shop, you can also make informed decisions on what flavor profiles you seek in your cheeses. Since multiple cheeses will coexist on a board, it is important to think of how all the cheeses marry together as your guest nibbles on one after the next. Most of all, an epic cheese board is about exploration. My second tip: Don't be afraid to pair cheese and accoutrements with a wide variety of beverages. You'll be surprised how much works. Enjoy!
Maybe it's because I'm craving warm weather, but I've had this rice bowl of Hawaiian inspired poke on the… read more>
Maybe it's because I'm craving warm weather, but I've had this rice bowl of Hawaiian inspired poke on the mind, complete with goat cheese, cucumber, mango, avocado, black sesame, salmon, and a spicy shallot vinaigrette. So fresh and zesty!
Heat oven to 400 F. Put the potatoes in a pan of water, bring to the boil, cook for 5 mins, then drain. Heat the oil in a large frying pan. Cook the potatoes, mushrooms and garlic for 5-8 mins to soften the mushrooms and brown the edges of the potatoes. Stir in half the thyme and cook for 1 min more.
Spoon the potato mixture into a baking dish and sprinkle with the cheese and the remaining thyme. Make holes in the mixture and break in 4 eggs. Bake in the oven for 12-15 mins until the eggs are set and the cheese has melted.
Ah yes, that moment when you have a spread of fine natural cheeses, and...you made one of them! The sultry red… read more>
Ah yes, that moment when you have a spread of fine natural cheeses, and...you made one of them! The sultry red wedge of cheese in this photo is none other than ricotta salata, and as of today, there is a simple, easy recipe for making your own. Roll it in smoky paprika as is shown, or imagine your own spice variations.
After a weekend of catering and Long Island bicycling, a late night grilled cheese is in order. Mozzarella… read more>
After a weekend of catering and Long Island bicycling, a late night grilled cheese is in order. Mozzarella, Jacobs and Brichford's washed rind Briana cheese, mini portobello mushrooms, fresh garden kale, and a sherry vinegar glaze. #cheeselove