Check out these ideas on serving Queijo Fresco, a Portuguese staple.
Fresh cheeses are rindless, moist and mild products that provide the perfect vehicle for showcasing other bolder flavours. And like other styles such as chèvre, ricotta and buffalo mozzarella, queijo fresco is unripened and needs to be eaten soon after production.
Kiss your bulky tour guides goodbye! This new app designed by Patricia Wells puts the food of Paris in your smartphone. Want to find a great cheese shop near you? No problem!
Far from being an amalgam of unduly hyped hot spots, too often the case for destination guides, Wells’s mobile companion is a meticulously curated collection of over 350 of the city’s finest restaurants, wine bars, bakeries, cheese shops and chocolatiers. Some are old favorites, while others are part of the new wave of Paris food creatives she discovered for the first time.
Another dog-on-sheep attack occurred recently, and this time there were casualties on both sides.
A man has been fined after his two dogs were shot dead by a farmer as they attacked his sheep in the New Forest. Five sheep were attacked by the owner's Collie Cross and Setter and two sheep had to be destroyed. Three more were injured.
This savory meatball recipe utilizes brown Norwegian cheese in the sauce. Another great use for this distinctive cheese!
For Gjetost sauce: Remove as much oil from the pan as possible and blend in butter and flour. Remove from heat and blend in light cream. Add chicken broth, bring to boil, stirring and cooking until thickened. Mix in Gjetost cheese. Turn heat low.
Sweet potatoes add uniqueness to this flatbread, while feta brings a tangy counterpart.
I think all too often people think that pizza should have 2″ of cheese and another 2″ of meat layered on top of a big doughy crust. Don’t get me wrong, I live close to Chicago so I understand pizza. However, I think when making pizza at home, it’s okay to branch out from the tomato and cheese version everyone loves so much.
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Some dream of retirement, while others can't imagine what they'd do without work. These dedicated farmers, all well into their seventies or eighties, definitely belong to the latter group.
"This world would be empty without animals and I enjoy working for them and with them," says Elwyn. "I treat them like children, I speak to them as well. They all have their own characters."
The results are in! Check out this year's winners from the Grilled Cheese Invitational.
Eyebrow-raising ingredients in the Missionary and Kama Sutra categories included quail egg, habanero pepper, SoyRizo, masala, squid ink and octopus. But the real shocker of the day was when the Frickin' Figgin Vegan Sandwich took first place in the Honey Pot (amateur) category. To veteran grilled cheese lover and founder of the GCI Tim Walker, a sandwich winning for sandwich's sake (which happened to be vegan) was "an event horizon at the Grilled Cheese Invitational."
A recent episode of the popular comedy "30 Rock," was taped live, and Kraft managed to sneak into one of the scenes with an old-timey commercial that looked like a spoof. They have the marketing thing on lock:
The episode began with an imaginary, black-and-white NBC sitcom called “The Lovebirds,” modeled on the legendary CBS sitcom “The Honeymooners.” The writers of “30 Rock” made “The Lovebirds” part of what an announcer called “The Kraft Product Placement Comedy Hour, sponsored by Kraft Singles. It’s the cheese that won World War II.”