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Weekly Summer Giveaway No. 15

August 29th, 2011

by Wisconsin Cheese

This week, we’re excited to be giving away three copies of The Great Big Cheese Cookbook. With this cookbook in hand, we’re guessing your entertaining won’t be slowing down anytime soon – especially with football tailgating season right around the corner…

How to Enter

Answer the question in the comments section below – Did you grow up with any cheese-related recipe traditions?

  • Three entries will be chosen at random.
  • Contest ends Friday, September 2, at 5 p.m. EST.
  • Winners will be notified by email.
  • One entry per household. U.S. only.
  1. David Carter permalink

    Not so much a tradition, I just remember my mom making great macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches in an iron skillet, and “Chile Verde con Queso,” a hot, yummy, gooey dip made from jack cheese and Ortega chopped green chiles.

  2. Lori Rutsky permalink

    Grilled cheese and tomatoe sandwiches!!

  3. Renee permalink

    Yes. Grilled cheese(good ol’ white bread and American cheese)! Also my mother is Mexican and the only kind of enchilada’s she made were cheese. They are still my first choice when ordering enchiladas!

  4. We grew up with cheese curds, fresh Colby and “A meal without cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze”!

  5. steven simon permalink

    just the usual mac and cheese and grilled cheese. they tasted so good as a kid.not bad now.

  6. Sonja Susnik permalink

    I’m sure this is a “tradition” in every Wisconsin household, but I grew up in Texas and thought it was the weirdest thing when my dad would grab cheese out of the fridge and eat it plain as a snack. Now having lived in Wisconsin for eleven years when I get hungry for something I open up the fridge and grab some fresh cheddar or pepper jack or whatever other kind of cheese just happens to be in the fridge. Yum…

  7. Hernâni permalink

    Nothing really extraordinary to be mentioned. That’s why I need that book!

  8. Lawrence Kemp permalink

    I grew up with macaroni & cheese. I remember standing with my grandmother in the kitchen, watching, helping and learning how to make her special baked macaroni & cheese. I certainly plan on keeping that tradition going.

  9. robert d stenseth permalink

    fresh squeaky cheese curds for the summertime road trips

  10. It may sound simple but our summer treat growing up on a hot day in august when the tomatoes were riping in the garden was a fresh tomato cut into wedges and topped with cottage cheese and topped with some fresh ground pepper and kosher salt. So refreshing and yummy.

  11. Derrik Porter permalink

    Dutch oven potatoes!

  12. Elizabeth Weiss permalink

    My mom would make this fantastic yogurt-cheesecake which was low fat!

  13. Scott permalink

    My mom made the BEST grilled cheese ever!

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