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Gruyere Tart

This vegetarian tart, with crisp, thyme-flavored pastry, is equally delicious warm or cold. Good with an arugula or watercress salad with...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Emmentaler-Gruyère Fondue with Roasted Garlic

To roast garlic: Divide 1 head of garlic into cloves. Place unpeeled cloves (as many as desired) onto baking sheet sprayed with olive oil...

by Ilana Simon


Roasted Red Pepper and Mozzarella Fondue

Red peppers can be roasted on the backyard barbecue, indoor grill or under the oven broiler. To grill, place whole red peppers directly o...

by Ilana Simon


Cheese Bread

This rather unusual bread is delicate and moist, with an intriguing cheese bouquet and flavor. It is ideal for sandwiches, it toasts extr...

by James Beard


Jarlsberg-Crab Fondue

Your guests will return their forks over and over to this delectable fresh crab fondue, relishing every bite. It works best to dry the s...

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Fresh Gruyere and Onion Fondue

Are you one of those people (like me) whose favorite part of a bowl of French onion soup is the melted cheese on top? In this luscious fo...

by Rick Rodgers


Onion Soup Les Halles

The better and more intense your stock, the better the soup’s going to be. This soup, in particular, is a very good argument for making y...

by Anthony Bourdain

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Pumpkin Soup with Gruyere Cheese

For this soup use Sugar pumpkins or Perfection squash–both are sweet and full-flavored without being stringy and watery. Delicata and but...

by Deborah Madison and Edward Espe Brown

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Eggs Florentine

This classic brunch dish of poached eggs on a bed of spinach is also good for lunch or dinner.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Soufflé Omelet

Beaten egg whites give this omelet a light and fluffy texture. Good with toast and grilled tomatoes.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


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