I had all kinds of ideas of how to make this recipe my own, but all the embellishments felt forced, so I stripped almost all of them away. I only had one true insight, and that was to add slivered almonds.
The name of a current promotion at McDonald’s in Switzerland translates as “large cheese cravings,” and that’s what it’s giving us around the Consumerist office. Unlike the boring old cheeses we’re stuck with here in America, Swiss fast foodies can try burgers topped with fine rolls of what we in the US call Swiss cheese, or with tasty slabs of … [More]
I made this unimaginably delightful appetizer last week because I had leeks, bacon, and goat cheese in my fridge and I decided they were, like, totally made for each other. It’s nothing a cowboy would touch with a ten foot pole, generally speaking, but I didn’t let that thwart me. Show More Summary
This recipe is not what you think it is. I know it looks like a haphazard affair of roasted vegetables tossed on top of farro, but there is a whole lot more going on here.
A beautiful, light gratin with Middle Eastern spices.
Ever stumbled on a gorgeous but way out of reach piece for your home? You just gotta have it — even if that means trying to make it yourself. And nothing, not even a difficult technique or hard-to-work-with fabric, will stop you. Case in point: This stunning headboard, diamond-tufted in blue velvet fabric, that was built completely from scratch. READ MORE »
Hearty quiches make for a great brunch, but after the holidays I try and steer away from deliciously fatty ingredients like bacon, sausage, and ham. This quiche makes a filling but balanced meal, studded with soft potatoes and tart goat cheese that will keep you satisfied without sending to the couch to recover.
We dare not call this a breakfast recipe as it could be enjoyed any time of day! Creamy goat cheese polenta is topped with a spicy store-bought arrabiata tomato sauce, fried eggs and crisp, smoky bacon. It's easy to make and simply heaven on a plate!
It doesn't get any easier than this side dish, or more tasty! Simply warm goat cheese in a pan. Add green beans (we like the tender French kind), then transfer it all to a casserole. Bake for a few minutes then garnish with parsley. Done. Delicious!
Risotto is one of those dishes that can easily feed a crowd, and it looks impressive too. This recipe combines creamy goat cheese, spinach and mushrooms, and the sun-dried tomatoes are a great way to enjoy summer’s favorite vegetable...Show More Summary
Sam Brasch debunks the Internet rumor that rats are producing their own fromage: The main challenge for a rat cheese maker would be the scale of production. Even sheep and goats don’t produce nearly the quantity of milk you can get from a cow. “The smaller you go down the animal chain the less milk you […]
Perhaps butternut squash soup with tomato and aged goat cheese doesn't suit your fancy. Maybe you can't cobble together a 100-mile Thanksgiving. Chefs at the New Orleans Audubon Insectarium mark the holiday by serving guests traditional Thanksgiving dishes with an added twist: bugs. Show More Summary
Potato gnocchi is a hearty and decadent, yet versatile dish that can be flavorfully dressed up in even the healthiest preparations. This gnocchi recipe takes on a helping of kale, mushrooms and skim milk alongside the perfect amounts of goat cheese and shaved romano cheese.
Palmiers, or "elephant ears," are traditionally sweet treats of puff pastry rolled into two cute curls. Before today, I didn't know you could make a savory palmier, but I'm a believer now.
Every Thanksgiving menu needs a good potato recipe, whether they're scalloped, au gratin, mashed or twice-baked. In this easy recipe, a few simple and delicious ingredients transform ordinary mashed potatoes into extraordinary!
This salad will turn anyone into a fan of Brussels sprouts. Roasting gives the brussels sprouts a nice nutty flavor. The sweet candied pecans, Dijon dressing and goat cheese, make it perfect for both weeknight dinners and holiday entertaining. The best part is you can make all the components ahead of time, and warm the sprouts just before […]
In Savannah, classic Southern sweets like pecan pie and key lime pie dominate most dessert menus, but that's not the case a A.lure, where you'll find more inspired options like this frozen goat cheese soufflé. Check out a behind-the-scenes slideshow to see how this creamy, cheesy, and cold dessert comes together.
Cheese makes for a quick and easy appetizer, especially if you have crackers, raw veggies or fruits on hand. Baked cheese is even better because it's warm and melty, so it's easily spreadable and dippable.
The Complete Nose to Tail cookbook works a little magic on cheese curds, whipping them together with superfine sugar and eggs to make a cheesecake that's fresh, grassy, and sweetly tart.
By now you probably know about our love affair with all things Fall. From our Fall Decor Guide to our Apple Picking Party, from our Cider Donuts to our Apple & Goat Cheese Tartletts - Fall equals love in our book. And now that we've seen the what the girls from DomestiKated Life + Little…