One thing’s for sure: our holiday tables always include cheese, and lots of it. Whether you’re planning to serve a comforting, classic Thanksgiving menu or looking for inspiration to mix things up a bit, we have a slate of cheese-centric recipes you and your family will love. Here are some of our favorite ways to incorporate cheese into your Thanksgiving meal.
Raclette Dinner with Roasted Vegetables & Caramelized Shallots As the air cools, it comes time to turn on the oven and roast vegetables once a...
This is a crowd-pleasing starter for a group of 4 or a filling entree for two with a fresh spring salad. The sweetness of the cherry tomatoes, the...
The secret to a savory dutch baby pancake is lots and lots of fresh cracked pepper. It is also one of those recipes that can be easily whipped up with available pantry items: eggs, milk, flour, corn starch, sauteed vegetables, and a small nub of cheese. This is quick, simple recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
This Parsnip, Apple, Shallot, and Thyme Soup Recipe with Shaved, Aged Pecorino is adapted from The Kitchn. It is a great fall or winter weather soup that uses shaved pecorino cheese to add flavor and body to the pureed soup.
A cheesy flatbread recipe that is made for a group gathering, pide is the Turkish version of pita bread that is traditionally prepared during Ramadan. It can be enjoyed with any meal as a flavorful, fluffy, light side bread. You can rotate the varietal of pepper flakes and the type of cheese used in this recipe, too!
If you're entertaining, these cheese straws liberally sprinkled with Islahiye Pepper will satiate your guests upon arrival. They are excellent paired with sparkling white wine or pinot noir. You can also switch out the turkish pepper for red pepper flakes and it will be equally delicious, just a little spicier!
This honey orange pistachio lace cookie recipe provides the best of those worlds: the pistachios balance the sweetness of the honey, and the orange zest brings out deeper, caramelized flavors. The cookie is a great pairing for a cheese board as an alternative to a cracker.
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