Archive for September, 2014

#FallForCheese: Roquefort Grapes

Friday, September 26th, 2014

Ah fall… the season of all things pumpkin spice, comfort food and cheese with…everything! This is the time to #FallForCheese and to celebrate its savory goodness, we’re sharing some of our very favorite recipes we’ve rounded up from the best food bloggers around!

This week’s blogger hails from South Carolina and features the savory Roquefort!

Jennifer, writer, recipe developer and photographer behind Carolina Girl Cooks has an amazing gourmet snack idea for your next tailgate party: her Roquefort Grapes! “These will keep for about a week and a half in the fridge, so feel free to make them several days in advance before you actually need them.” These are the things hosts and party planners love to here!

Check out her amazing recipe here: Roquefort Grapes

For more southern gourmet recipes, follow Jennifer on Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest!

Every week this fall, we’ll be sharing a new recipe to make you #FallForCheese all over again. ‘Til then!

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#FlavorMeltdown Loaded Baked Potatoes with BBQ Brisket & Blue Cheese

Friday, September 19th, 2014

You’ll never look at baked potatoes the same again after trying this recipe from A Bachelor & His Grill!   Baked Potatoes are stuffed to the brim with homemade BBQ Brisket & plenty of blue cheese. If you want to recreate this dish at home, try using Ile de France Roquefort cheese to add a layer of complex, cheesy flavor.

 

#FlavorMeltdown Blue Cheese Burgers with Creamy Buffalo Sauce

Friday, September 12th, 2014

The ladies over at Favorite Family Recipes sure know how to grill a mean burger! Perfect for #FlavorMeltdown, their Blue Cheese Burgers with Creamy Buffalo Sauce are oh-so-delicious thanks to crispy bacon, grilled onions, and salty Ile de France Roquefort blue cheese crumbles.

 

For more bold recipes make sure to check out Favorite Family Recipes on Facebook and Twitter!

 

Goat Cheese Giveaway Quiz Answers

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
Hey cheese buffs, here are the answers to last month’s Goat Cheese Giveaway Quiz on Facebook. Did you get them all right?
Which of these can be made with goat cheese:

A) ice cream

B) pizza

C) mac and cheese

D) all of the above

 

Approximately when was goat cheese first enjoyed by ancient Eastern Mediterranean farmers?

A) 8000 B.C.

B) 1865 A.D.

C) 1776 A.D.

D) 1492 A.D.

 

Goat cheese is sometimes referred to as Chèvre. Chèvre is French for:

A) cheese

B) goat

C) an American car

D) a popular comedian in the 1980’s

 

A majority of goat cheeses come from:

A) Guam

B) Timbuktu

C) France

D) Atlantis

 

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#FlavorMeltdown Moroccan Spice-Maple Encrusted Steak with Red Pear & Blue Cheese Spring Salad

Friday, September 5th, 2014

With summer coming to a close, you still have a few more chances to get outside and fire up the grill.  David of A Bachelor & His Grill has the perfect recipe for some late summer grilling; his Moroccan Spice-Maple Encrusted Grilled Chateaubriand with Red Pear & Blue Cheese Spring Salad is full of bold spices and rich flavors. We recommend using Ile de France Roquefort cheese for the salad.