Tag: cheese

Chicken Parmesan with Zoodles

One of the staple cheeses that we have always kept around the house is Parmesan.  Our family loves parmesan!  I’m not talking about that fake stuff in the green can either, I’m talking about handmade artisan cheese.  I was so excited when… Read More


Panurkey with coleslaw

A vegetarian meal doesn’t have to be a big fuss. Panurkey has the flavors of a traditional holiday meal, but it quick and easy to make.

Gouda Pineapple Cake

Cheese and fruit go so nicely together.  There are endless possibilities of combinations that are superb and that will thrill your guests at the holiday table.  This cake was a particular favorite with some of our employees.  It is dense and super moist! The… Read More

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter and Parmesan

I had three goals in mind for this blog post.   Goal #1: Linda at Sound Harvest gave me a wonderful gluten free Sweet Potato Gnocchi recipe.  I know many people, and you probably do to, who for one reason or another… Read More

Cranberry Bundt Cake

Christmas is the laughter of the children, smells of baking, crisp mornings, and warm fires. Christmas is also cranberries!

10 blessings we are thankful for!

Number 9. Our roots. Every family and their history plays an important part in shaping those people. We are especially grateful for the legacy of faith, grace, and redemption the heads of our family exemplify every day of their lives.

Creamy Pumpkin Pie

If you had to choose, which pie is absolutely essential on Thanksgiving? When I was growing up, we gathered each year for Thanksgiving at my Aunt and Uncle’s house.  The cousins all played in the basement while the adults chatted upstairs.  Then,… Read More

Cheese Soufflé

Cheese Souffle

Cheese Souffle is light, airy, and so easy to make!

Pumpkin Cheddar Rolls

Pumpkin Cheddar Rolls

I will never forget the time Sadie handed me a HUGE rectangular block of cheddar cheese. This thing was probably at least three pounds of orange gold.

The Paneer Super Team

Paneer is created by heating milk to 175 degrees, and stirring vinegar into the milk to create a frothy white curd. It is then transferred to large stainless steel baskets where heavy plates are placed on top to squeeze all the whey out.