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Asparagus, Poached Egg, Prosciutto, and Fontina Cheese

This open-faced beauty gets my vote for the most visually appealing sandwich. Like a slightly sheer and slinky dress, this sandwich leav...

by Nancy Silverton


Fontina and Asparagus Soup

We love to cook with fontina cheese. It’s creamy, it melts beautifully, and it doesn’t overpower the other ingredients in a dish. Here, w...

by Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds



Soft polenta topped with cheese sauce is a dish that hails from northern Italy, where polenta is often favored over pasta. Good with stea...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Lobster Fontina Panini

Many years ago, I traveled to Paradise Island, in the Bahamas, and dined in a tiny French restaurant, where I had the most amazing Lobst...

by Tiffany Collins


Grilled Butternut Squash, Fontina, and Rosemary Pizza

Prepare the Pizza Dough. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cut the butternut squash in half lengthwise and brush the cut sides with oli...

by Lora Zarubin


Slow-Baked Macaroni and Cheese

I love old-fashioned pasta tubes in a rich cheesy sauce, and this version, made with fontina cheese, is my favorite. While commercial ma...

by Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann


Baked Polenta Layered with Tomato, Fontina, and Gorg...

This polenta gratin looks inviting baked in a large earthenware dish–bring it to the table bubbling and fragrant and serve it family styl...

by Edward Espe Brown and Deborah Madison

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Roasted Asparagus and Creamy Cheese Sauce

When asparagus is in season, I want to eat it every day. Many cooks steam the spears, but roasting gives them a satisfying earthy flavor....

by Joyce Goldstein


Salami and Cheese #2

It's worth going the extra mile to seek out the olive bread for this recipe, but if you can't find it, add ¼ cup chopped olives to the s...

by Laura Werlin


Italian Ham and Cheese

Fontina cheese is rich and creamy, making it a perfect melting cheese. Although you can use the more readily available Danish Fontina, I...

by Laura Werlin


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