Cheeses - Brie
Sweet and crunchy, creamy and decadent, this dessert has it all. Try these blintzes for a special brunch, too. When cooking with Brie or other soft-ripened cheeses, place it in the freezer for a few minutes before adding it to the recipe. This ensures that the cheese will not melt too quickly during cooking.
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Our new Ile de France® Le Brie de Chèvre – a mild, tangy goat's milk cheese with the smooth, creamy texture of Brie – shines in this light, summery appetizer, perfect for a cocktail party dessert or even brunch.

Tip: This recipe is also delicious with our new Chevremousse spreadable goat cheese.
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Plain, boring burgers are a thing of the past one you've experienced the exotic flavors in our Moroccan burger. Feel free to substitute ground beef or meatloaf mix for the lamb, if you wish. Serve burger with lemon wedges and top with slivered Kalamata olives.
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Serving cheese is an easy, friendly, yet elegant part of entertaining. Far more then an appetizer, a wonderful array of cheeses with the right accompaniment can not only make your guests feel welcome, but also satisfies a variety of tastes. Cheeseboards are like collages, offering the opportunity to be artistic and create something rife with colors and textures.