Cheeses - Brie
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These savory polenta toasts, topped with creamy thyme-scented mushrooms, make an ideal hors d’oeuvre for any holiday party. They also make a very elegant first course. And best of all, if you use prepared polenta, the entire dish can be made from start to finish in less than 20 minutes.

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This unbelievably simple - and incredibly delicious recipe - has it all.
It's got the crunchy texture of almonds, the rich taste of brie, and the sweet, gooey goodness of preserves.
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Sweet caramelized onions and buttery-rich Ile de France® Le Brie combine to create the perfect French version of an Italian favorite. Make these just before guests arrive, and start your party off on a delicious note.

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Brie is an extremely rich cheese. It pairs beautifully with sun-dried cherries, cranberries, apricots or raisins, as the intense tart flavor of the fruit counteracts the cheese’s richness. For an extra crunch and buttery, nutty flavor, add a selection of toasted nuts.
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Fruit, nuts, and cheese make a classic combination, particularly when the cheese is a flavorful Ile de France Brie. With this recipe, we take paper-thin slices of a tart, crunchy apple and top it with the creamy Brie and a delicious mixture of lavender-flavored honey and chopped toasted walnuts. Serve these tantalizing apple treats with salads, as an appetizer, or a satisfying snack.

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In bistros and backyards all over France, gorgeous platters of charcuterie --seasoned, smoked or aged meats and sausages -- are served with an assortment of country and peasant breads, pickles, and, of course, Gourmet cheeses. For a casual gathering of friends and family, this is the perfect way to whet their appetites. Here is our version, celebrating the great flavors of France.