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Giveaway: The Cheese Course Guide & Cookbook

November 29th, 2011

by Wisconsin Cheese

THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS, CATHIE, LILLIAN & VICKI!

We shared Janet Fletcher’s latest ideas on cheese pairings and serving here on Wisconsin Cheese Talk yesterday. Today, we are giving away three copies of her cookbook, The Cheese Course – the perfect tool for your holiday parties or present for your favorite foodie.

How to Enter:

Answer the following question in the comments section below –

What is your favorite food or dish to pair with Wisconsin Cheese?

  • Three entries will be chosen at random
  • Contest ends Friday, December 2 at 5 p.m. EST
  • Winners will be notified by email
  • One entry per household, US only

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122 Comments
  1. I serve warm bread cheese with my sorbet for dessert in our B&B. We also serve wine and cheese. Cheese goes with so many foods.

  2. jody scott permalink

    Landjagers

  3. Robin Wicka permalink

    Cheese burgers!! Best Combo Wisconsin Beef with Wisconsin Cheese

  4. Eileen permalink

    An appetizer tray with a wide variety of Wisconsin cheeses along with assorted crackers and bread. Quick, easy and oh, so good.

  5. Vicki permalink

    Baked brie with Wisconsin honey and carmelized pecans! Yum! So good on a cold night with friends and a glass of mulled wine.

  6. Annette Hallada permalink

    Pecans or almonds either candied, spiced or plain they go awesome with cheese

  7. My current Favorite is: Wisconsin Goat Cheese (Chevre) covered with cashews, pinenuts, pepitas, semi-dried apricots, dried cranberries, semi-dried figs, dried blueberries and topped with Wisconsin honey. Add a knife and crackers, a bottle of bold red wine, a Special Someone and the fireplace! What a PERFECT PAIRING for ALL!!!

    YUMMM!
    :)

  8. Eve D permalink

    crackers, bread, grapes, and sausage!

  9. Liana Griffin permalink

    Tomorrow night I will be using a local parm to make some delicious butternut squash raviolis!

  10. Having had many relatives who were cheesemakers and my father owning a meat market and grocery store where we had lots of fresh WI cheese, I was taught that to obtain the best flavor of the cheese, one should eat it just on a cracker or just a slice in your hand.

  11. Sara permalink

    venison burgers!

  12. Dana Olson permalink

    At a new restaurant I was asked what kind of dressing I wanted for my salad. I asked for french and the waitress asked me if I wanted that with the blue cheese crumbles. I was surprised as I was never asked that before, so I decided to try it. I wasn’t sure how it was going to be, but let me tell you it is awesome. I will always order blue cheese on the side if its available to go with the french dressing.

  13. Jenn permalink

    artichoke dip made w/ mozzarella ;-)

  14. Erin Hoag permalink

    Macaroni! It is the perfect comfort food for this time of year. I love using a variety of Wisconsin cheeses, from gorgonzola, to very sharp cheddar, to lindberger.

  15. In my house, the cheese stands alone. Of course, there’s cheese in most of the dishes I make but for pure, unadulterated pleasure, I just eat bits of cheese – usually without even crackers. My favorite Wisconsin cheese remains Holland Family Farm Gouda – any variety.

  16. Hector permalink

    I like to go with something simple, yet flavorful. We have these fruit pastes called ate that are made out of quince, apple or guava. Their sweetness perfectly compliments any Wisconsin cheese. Simply delicious!

  17. Courtney Howard permalink

    Combination of grapes, crackers and salami…mmmmmmm

  18. Winegirl permalink

    Most excellent with crusty hot bread. And a glass of wine!

  19. jessica permalink

    Crackers – they don’t get in the way of the cheese.

  20. Megan Swaab permalink

    homemade fruit preserves

  21. Lori permalink

    baby romaine, crumbled bacon, glazed almonds, wisconsin cheese drizzled with blue cheese dressing

  22. David Banker permalink

    A fresh salad with home made Wisconsin, Buttermilk Blue Cheese dressing.

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