Difficulty - Very Easy
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Marinated goat cheese is a pricey specialty in many gourmet food stores, but it’s incredibly easy to make at home. These jars of goat cheese make a wonderful gift.

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Prepared by Jim Piano for Ile de France Cheese at Coquette Bistro in Philadelphia.
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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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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.
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Savory ham, creamy Brie, and thin, crunchy slices of raw pear combine to make an unforgettable hot sandwich. I refer to it as a sophisticated, new-wave grilled cheese. If you have a panini grill you can make this delicious, creamy, cheese sandwich in no time. But it's no problem it you don't have one: simply heat a touch of olive oil in a skillet and cook the sandwich for about 2 minutes on each side until golden brown using a full tea kettle to press it.
What's more refreshing than fresh berries in the summertime? Fresh berries with mint - and Ile de France Brie®.
It's so easy to throw together that we hesitate to even call it a recipe. But you'll call it delicious.