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Brie White-Chocolate Cheesecake

When one of my staff bakers couldn’t stop raving about a Brie cheesecake she had tasted on a vacation trip, I became obsessed. After work...

by Fran Bigelow

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Honey Mustard Brie with Walnuts

Here’s a quick, easy idea to dress up a small wheel of Brie. Set it out for your guests to enjoy and you won’t end up spending time in th...

by Johanna Burkhard


Brie and Pear Quesadillas

This is a Lodge original and a favorite I make often for weddings. It is simple and delicious, combining sweet, crisp pear, luscious Brie...

by Amanda Stine and Mary Garland

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Phyllo Purses with Brie, Pistachios and Apricots

Working with phyllo is really easy once you get the hang of it. The bonus of phyllo appetizers is that they freeze well and can be baked ...

by Carla Snyder


Brie and Chive Omelet

Perfect for breakfast with a side of roasted potatoes or alongside a simple salad for a light supper, this omelet is elegant in its simpl...

by Lorna Yee


Brie Toasts With Chardonnay-Soaked Golden Raisins

Some of the characteristics of a classic American Chardonnay are vanilla, butter, and if it has been aged in oak, a toasty quality as wel...

by Laura Werlin


Buckwheat Galettes

Popular in Brittany, in northwest France, where the local cuisine is defined by rich, rustic flavors.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Mango Chutney Chicken Breasts

This makes more chutney than you will need but it keeps well for up to 2 weeks and is nice to have on hand for a quick appetizer spooned ...

by Phillis Carey


Cheese Fondue

I don’t suppose this is ever going to win plaudits from the World Health Organization, but a cheese fondue is surely the stuff of dreams....

by Nigella Lawson


Grilled Asparagus, Taleggio and Prosciutto

Very thin, delicate asparagus (about the circumference of a pinkie) can be cooked right on the panini press. If yours are thicker, place ...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


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