Cuisine - French
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Prep Time: 20 minutes • Total Time: 20 minutes

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A soothing, warming soup perfect for the holidays. To make this creamy pumpkin soup even more satisfying, try topping with a dollop of goat cheese "mousse," created by simply mixing softened goat cheese into whipped cream. Add a spoonful of the mousse to the soup just before serving.

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Served either warmed or chilled, this soup combines the best flavors of summer - vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh, aromatic basil and tangy goat cheese.

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The classic "cheese ball" appetizer is elevated to visual and flavorful new heights with the switch to soft, fresh tasting goat cheese and zesty spring herbs.
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This is a dish that is so elegant looking that guests will think you spent the day in the kitchen. Yellow and red beets are roasted until tender, then sliced and layered with a chive-flavored Goat cheese. The whole dish can be made ahead of time, making it an ideal first course for any dinner party. It also makes a great lunch dish, served with crusty bread and an arugula salad.
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An innovative hors d’oeuvre that is sure to have people talking. The salty crunch of the pancetta blends with the creamy goat cheese and the light greens to form a fabulous first course. Best of all, the pancetta cups can be made hours ahead of time, and the final dish can be assembled in minutes just before serving, making them ideal party food.

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Those famous beef, onion, and pepper sandwiches that Philadelphia is famous for translate beautifully when you add thin slices of creamy Brie to the sautéed beef and vegetables. Layer the ingredients on a hero or bulky roll and you've got the makings of a truly great sandwich. The beef and vegetables can be made ahead of time, but assemble the sandwiches at the last minute for the best results. Serve with ice cold beer.
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Chef Philippe at Brasserie Julien introduces Goat cheese chausson with mango.