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Prepare for Spring & Summer: Light Fare that's Full of Flavor

Spring is here and it's time for light foods and refreshing drinks. So lighten up the ingredients but keep the flavor - it's easy with Ile de France Cheeses!

From serving simple seasonal fruits pairings to crafting refreshing salads with ease, we've got you covered. Visit your local farmer's market for fresh produce - then try these simple dishes and savor flavors as appealing as a bright spring day!

Fruity Spring Salad with Ile de France Roquefort
You won't find a fresher salad than this! Raspberries, balsamic vinegar, green onions and a blast of salty bold blue cheese create the perfect spring medley. Our authentic French Roquefort has a famously creamy texture and more than enough flavor to celebrate spring right!

Avocado Goat Cheese Salad
The warm weather of spring brings out the best flavors in avocado, which peaks this time of year. You won't regret pairing it with our ultra-fresh Goat Cheese. Zesty lime juice brings a fresh twist and scallions and cayenne pepper round out the medley, making the avocados bloom with deliciousness.

Camembert with Grilled Asparagus
Asparagus is the perfect compliment to our creamy Camembert Cheese. Pink grapefruits and toasted nuts add a citrusy twist and a lovely crunch. Ile de France Camembert has a rustic farmhouse flavor and its creamy texture is delicious with grilled asparagus' mild and fresh flavor.

Light and Lively Wine & Cheese Plate
Spring is all about savoring light, fruity and citrusy flavors. This credo applies to wine in addition to salads, sandwiches and appetizers. Wine lovers know that spring brings warm weather and cold white wines along with light reds like Beaujolais. Lighter white wines like Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Gris are great pairs for spring greens and are delicious with fresh cheeses like Ile de France Goat Cheese. Spring wines have a delicious acidity that makes them delicious with our ultra-creamy Brie and Camembert Cheeses, too.



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