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With French cheese and bread, the gourmet combinations are endless

When it comes to appetizers and snacks, nothing is easier than cheese and bread - but there's nothing simple about the flavor of lle de France Cheese and fresh bread.

Bread is the perfect food to savor with cheese. Its mellow yet distinct flavor and spongy texture is punctuated by a delicious, crusty crunch. Ile de France Brie and Roquefort are intensely creamy and engulf bread with each bite, creating mouth-watering texture contrasts. Our Goat Cheese has a rich texture and fresh taste that's perfect with bread, too.

Brie Cheese Garlic Bread
Many common garlic cheese bread recipes turn perfectly good bread into a salty, burnt mess. With Ile de France Brie and French Baguette however, the cheese creates a tantalizing flavor that's just the right mix of crunch and creaminess. All you need is a baguette, Brie, garlic and a dash of butter. Slice the bread in half, spread butter on each side and top with minced garlic. Add thick slices of Brie and bake on a cookie sheet at 350 until the cheese melts and the bread is golden brown - about 10 minutes.

Crispy Goat Cheese and Avocado Sandwich
Whole wheat bread, sliced avocado and crumbled goat cheese makes a truly unique grilled cheese sandwich. The goat cheese melts quickly inside whole wheat bread and tastes great with the smooth, fresh flavor of avocados. Our tangy, slightly salty goat cheese tastes great with fried or scrambled eggs too, which easily turns this sandwich into a gourmet breakfast delight. No matter how you serve this sandwich, our farm fresh goat cheese - a traditional fresh Chèvre from the French Rhône Alps region, where goats are fed grass - is the star.

Roquefort Cheese Bread
Crispy, thin-crusted bread covered in Roquefort only takes about 15 minutes to make. It's a delicious appetizer – people will love the delightfully crispy bread smothered in smooth, melted Roquefort. Take frozen thin crust pizza dough and smother it with crumbles of Ile de France Roquefort, then simply bake it at 450 until the edges are golden brown. The cheese will slightly sink into the bread, creating a warm, flavorful and luxurious delight with a touch of crunch.

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written by B Zielinski, February 25, 2014
I would like to try an easy French Onion soup.

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