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Recipes Tagged ‘ cheese ’

Ham, Swiss, Mushroom Omelet

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February 18, 2011
Ham, Swiss, Mushroom Omlette

Americans eat this for breakfast with toast–the French eat this for lunch with a tossed salad. Either way, it’s delish! The key to successful omelet making is having an 8-inch, non-stick skillet to cook with. Don’t even try making an omelet in the wrong size skillet–unless you want scrambled eggs This is a KP original recipe,...
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Croque-Monsieur

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February 11, 2011
Croque Monseiur

Here’s my take on the famous French ham and cheese sandwich, known as a “Croque-Monsieur”. It puts the American “grilled cheese” sandwich to shame! (I’m sorry to say, but it’s true.) Now this recipe definitely takes some time, as it involves making a bechamel sauce to smear over the sandwich. But it’s worth it for all the added creaminess and...
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Mac and Cheese with Chicken and Broccoli

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November 13, 2010
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Thanks to Rachel Ray for this yum-o mac and cheese recipe. It’s a complete meal in one pot! I’ve been making this ever since moving abroad–no “blue box” of mac and cheese readily available over here. Plus, really, this is soooo much better than the blue box. My son gobbles this meal, and I’m...
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Spicy Chicken Cheddar Dip

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November 3, 2010
Spicy Chicken Cheese Dip

There are so many versions of this “Buffalo Chicken Dip” recipe out there, that I had to give it a try myself. What I came up with is a spicy, tangy, and let’s be real, deliciously fatty dip! Be sure to make it for a crowd, so you don’t end up eating it all...
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Boursin Salad

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September 11, 2010
Boursin Salad

Boursin is a brand of flavored French soft cheese–have you tried it? If not, give it a try–it’s delicious! It’s hugely popular over here and I love that they add it to salads. Here’s my favorite combo for using Boursin in a salad. This recipe makes one big salad. Ingredients: 3 cups fresh mixed...
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Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

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July 24, 2010
Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

Try this delicious appetizer at your next party! The unique combo of flavors is scrumptious. I brought this to a party recently and people devoured it. This recipe makes a large amount–perfect for a gathering. Plan ahead when making it, as it needs to chill for a few hours. Serve it cold from the fridge with...
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7-Layer Salad

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July 2, 2010
7-Layer Salad

Here’s my Mother’s yummy recipe for 7-layer salad. It’s one of those meals where you try to get a bite of everything on your fork all at once! This recipe makes a giant bowl so is great to serve at a summer luncheon, or bring to a potluck. Make it with Yogurt White Bread...
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Danish Blue Cheese Bacon Dip

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June 23, 2010
Blue Cheese Bacon Dip

It’s hard to live in Denmark and not learn to love strong flavored Danish blue cheese. It’s great on a KP Cobb Salad, Chicken and Strawberry Salad with Vinaigrette, and fantastic in this dip recipe that I found in Southern Living magazine. This dip is really rich, so serve it with celery and apples to...
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Spinach Souffle Stuffed Mushrooms

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January 24, 2010
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This is an old favorite of mine! I love to make these stuffed mushrooms as a first course when serving an Italian meal. The fresh mushrooms are packed with cheesy-spinach goodness and melt in your mouth! This recipe comes from a magazine, but it’s so long ago, I don’t remember which one. Ingredients: 1...
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Cauliflower and Cheddar Soup

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January 22, 2010
Cauliflower and Cheddar Soup_ss

Here it is–my Aunt Lori’s famous cauliflower soup recipe. And it’s famous for a reason–it’s scrumptious! (I only tweaked a few things Aunt Lori!) This creamy soup is easy to make and ready in under an hour. If you want an extra burst of flavor, top each bowl of soup with freshly chopped chives...
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