Tag Archives: Cheese

Fondue au Fromage

Fondue is a decadent “communal” meal that originated in Switzerland during the 18th century as a peasant food, created as a way to use up old cheeses and stale bread. The earliest known recipe for fondue, however, was published in Zurich in a book titled “Käss mit Wein zu kochen,” or ‘to cook cheese with […]

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Roasted spaghetti squash with asparagus, red onion, and feta

Roasting spaghetti squash is probably the simplest method of preparation but also enhances the sweetness of the squash. Combined with slightly crunchy asparagus, aromatic red onion, and the tangy creaminess of feta cheese, and you have a side dish perfect for any season. Serve with your favorite grilled meat this summer or pork tenderloin in […]

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Sausage, Mushroom & Spinach Lasagna

Lasagna – even if you have no Italiano in your genes – is just like your nonna made it. Yes, lots of care goes into concocting the comforting combination of gooey mozzarella, ricotta, and parmesan, savory tomato sauce, spicy sausage, and aromatic basil, but the added cook time is worth it. Serve with your favorite […]

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