Tag Archives: Gruyère

SDTPT Mac n’ Cheese

This recipe is inspired by a dish at Freshcraft – a Denver restaurant focused on fresh from-scratch food and a strong line-up of craft brews – that was recently removed from the menu, a sad discovery upon a recent visit. Gourmet mac n’ cheese is always a favorite but add prosciutto and sun-dried tomatoes? I was skeptical at […]

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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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