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appetizers  snacks Article
Looking for appetizer recipes to start your festivities? Whether you are looking for dip recipes, party mix recipes, chicken wing recipes, or just something different for your celebration, we can help you find just the right appetizer to get your party going.
cheeses of sweden Article
  Cheeses of Sweden Adelost Blue Adelost Blue is a variety of blue cheese that is produced much like the well known Bleu d'Augverne cheese. It is a Swedish cheese that is made from cow's milk and is characterized by streaks of dull blue mold that run throughout the cheese.
cheeses of norway Article
Cheeses of Norway Baked Cheese Baked cheese is a type of specialty cow's milk cheese that is common in Norway and other Scandinavian countries. The cheese is baked during the production process, developing a golden brown surface that has an appearance similar to a baked crepe.
cheeses of germany and austria Article
Cheeses of Germany and Austria Allgauer Emmentaler Allgauer Emmentaler is a German cow's milk cheese that is much like Swiss Emmental. It is characterized by large holes throughout the cheese and a texture that is somewhat hard.
cheeses of the british isles berskswell to gubbeen Article
Cheeses of the British Isles: Berskswell to Gubbeen Berkswell Berkswell is a well known English hard cheese produced from sheep's milk in the Berkswell region of England.
cheeses of france abbaye de bellocq to butte Article
Cheeses of France: Abbaye de Bellocq to Butte Abbaye de Bellocq A sheep's milk cheese from the Basque region of France. It is made in the Benedictine Monastery, Abbaye de Notre Dame de Bellocq.
cheeses of denmark Article
Cheeses of Denmark Baked Cheese Baked cheese is a type of specialty cow's milk cheese that is common in Denmark and other Scandinavian countries. The cheese is baked during the production process, developing a golden brown surface that has an appearance similar to a baked crepe.
cheeses of switzerland Article
Cheeses of Switzerland Appenzeller Appenzeller is a traditional cow's milk cheese produced in Appenzell region of Switzerland. The cheese has a pale yellow-orange color and a firm texture.
cheeses of holland Article
Cheeses of Holland Boerenkaas Boerenkaas is a farmhouse-style cheese that originated in Holland. The name comes from the Dutch words boer, which means farmer, and kaas, which means cheese.
cheeses of italy asiago to crucolo Article
Cheeses of Italy: Asiago to Crucolo Asiago A type of Italian cheese made from cow's milk. It has a hard texture and a nutty flavor. Like Parmigiano cheese, it is produced in the shape of a wheel.
all about tomatoes Article
Tomato Preparation | Tomato Cooking | Tips | Tomato Garnish Tomatoes In the plant family, the tomato is classified as a fruit (berry), but when eaten it resembles a vegetable.
cheeses of france gabietou to neufchatel Article
Cheeses of France: Gabietou to Neufchatel Gabietou Pronounced gah-bee-ay-too, this cheese is a mixture of one-third raw sheep's milk and two-thirds cow's milk. Originating in southwestern France, Gabietou Cheese is formed into wheels that range in weight from 6 to 10 pounds.
dips Article
Types of Dips | Common Base Ingredients Dips are most often prepared with a mixture of ingredients that complement other foods including raw vegetables, chips, crackers, or toast, which are dipped into the mixture; hence the name, dip.
flat breads Article
Flat Breads Flat breads are made from both leavened and unleavened doughs. Both types have a general flat shape, although leavened flat breads are generally a bit taller and have a softer texture than unleavened flat breads.
all about carrots Article
Carrot Preparation | Carrot Cooking | Tips Carrots A plant of the parsley family with feathery green leaves and an orange root that can be eaten raw or cooked.
cheeses of the british isles huntsman english to wensleydale Article
Cheeses of the British Isles: Huntsman English to Wensleydale Huntsman English Huntsman English cheese is a combination of Double Gloucester cheese and alternating inner layers of Stilton blue cheese.
cheeses of italy farmhouse to mozzarella Article
Cheeses of Italy: Farmhouse to Mozzarella Farmhouse A term commonly applied to any of the different types of European cheeses that are made by traditional cheese making methods and are produced from the raw milk of animals, such as cows, goats, and sheep that are raised on small regional farms, mountain chalet farms, or mountain huts.
cheeses of france camembert to fromage blanc Article
Cheeses of France: Camembert to Fromage Blanc Camembert Camembert cheese is French in origin, but it is also made in other European countries and the United States. It is made from cow's milk and when produced, it has a pale yellow color, a soft white rind, and a creamy texture.
host a holiday cookie swap Article
The holidays are all about celebrating with friends and family and enjoying homemade baking. With the holidays being so busy, its difficult to make everything from scratch. Why not host a party, inviting over a few close friends, and bake together, stocking your freezer with a delicious assortment of cookies and bars without spending several days in the kitchen?
cheeses of mexico and the caribbean queso to requeson Article
  Cheeses of Mexico and the Caribbean: Queso to Requeson Queso Queso is the Spanish word for cheese. In the United States, the word is commonly used as a name for a type of Mexican cheese dip, as well as for numerous varieties of Mexican cheese.
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