The Cheese Course: Enjoying the World's Best Cheeses at Your Table

Sample recipes from The Cheese Course: Enjoying the World's Best Cheeses at Your Table

Marinated Bocconcini

Italians serve bocconcini–literally, “little mouthfuls”–as an appetizer or part of an antipasto platter. These miniature balls of mozzare...

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Baked Ricotta with Parsley Salad

Beaten with egg and baked in a pie tin, ricotta puffs up into a stunning, golden brown dome. It does deflate as it cools, but then you ca...

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Taleggio with Italian Salad and Hazelnuts

At Bistro Don Giovanni, a popular restaurant near my Napa Valley home, insalata tricolore is always on the menu. II ticolote is the Itali...

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Escarole and Gruyère Salad with Walnut Oil

Enjoy this salad in winter when escarole is at its best. You will probably have to trim away a lot of dark leaves to reach the pale, cris...

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Baby Greens with Roasted Beets and Warm Goat Cheese Tarts

A young, firm goat cheese turns soft and creamy when warmed briefly in the oven. Spread the softened cheese on crisp toast and serve with...

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Endive Salad with Red Grapes, Pecans and Blue Cheese

When a meal is too rich to end with a full-scale cheese platter, I might serve salad tossed with a little cheese instead. Here’s a favori...

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Hearts of Butter Lettuce with Fava Beans and Pecorino Pepato

Sheep’s-milk cheese and fresh, unpeeled fava beans are a common appetizer in Southern Italy. You peel the favas by hand and alternate tas...

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Sheep’s Milk Cheese with Warm Green Olives

Just about any sheep’s-milk cheese would be a compatible partner for these seasoned olives. Aged goat cheeses, such as Dutch goat Gouda o...

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