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Most college students crave mac and cheese — here's an easy way to make it right in your dorm room. Yes, that's right: You can have mac and cheese without having to deal with the mess in the communal kitchen.View Recipe
Sambusak (sometimes called sanbusak) are a popular treat throughout the Middle East. They’ve been around since Babylonian times and have been enjoyed by the Jewish for centuries. The savory turnover pastries, similar to hand pies, are stuffed with a variety of fillings. At Purim, cooks usually stick to meatless fillings like seasoned chickpeas, lentils, or cheese. Stuffed foods are traditionally eaten at Purim, as are triangle-shaped foods — these cheese sambusak fit the bill in both regards!
Sambusak are traditionally fried, but I prefer to bake them — it’s healthier and easier.
This recipe for a cheese-filled sambusak is one of my favorites! I like using a mixture of kashkaval and feta cheese for the filling. You can use one cheese or the other, if you prefer, just make sure you use 12 ounces of cheese total. Don’t forget the fresh parsley, it really complements the filling and completes the dish.
Party sized and easy to make, these mini cheese balls are a must have holiday party snack!View Recipe
Decadent and fun, this pimiento cheese is a new classic, turning buttery Brie and sweet pimientos into a tasty spread.
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Mix things up by adding blue cheese, sliced apples, and fig jam to your grilled cheese sandwhich.
Macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food. This recipe combines a rich cheese sauce, packed with sharp cheddar and Manchego cheeses, with crisp and spicy slices of chorizo sausage. Instead of the baked casserole version of mac and cheese, this one simply calls for combining the sauce with the pasta before serving.
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Crisp endive with a nutty, sweet cheese dip makes an original and delicious entertainment solution.
And I usually sneak – or hide – any leftovers for a sandwich the next day.
I made this last week in France, but it translates well into life back home in New York.
My love affair with mac and cheese gets hot and heavy in this spicy interpretation of the American classic. We begin with a medley of cheeses, including pepper jack, cheddar, and parmesan, and add to that a mix of scallions and jalapenos - two of my favorite 'mean greens'. I have also replaced the traditional macaroni with fusilli pasta because, lt's face it, a little change never hurt nobody.
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Since I’m in the middle of divorcing myself from my current cable company and am debating not having cable at all, I’ve been watching a lot of Hulu Plus lately. Just to see if I can handle not having my beloved cable for a while. With that being said, I’m watching the entire season of random shows, one of those shows being Nashville. I really didn’t think I was going to like this series as much as I did this weekend. I’m not a huge fan of shows that take place in the South, simply due to the actor’s accents. Some of them just can’t get that twang down. But the actors on Nashville do a great job. Plus I love seeing a few of the places I use to go to when I lived in Tennessee.
Anywho, watching the show put me in the mood for some southern treats, thus this pimento cheese recipe. It’s a simple recipe but it packs a punch with the sharp cheddar. I also kicked it up a notch by adding some green chilies. I opted to put my pimento cheese dip on a sandwich but you can use it however you'd like. So yummy!
The Cheese Head cocktail (for Wisconsin) s made at at D.C. hot spot Artbar, at Art Smith's Art and Soul.
Who can resist a trio of melted cheeses nestled among soft, chewy noodles? Not many people. Homemade always beats store-bought, and this is especially true when it comes to mac and cheese. Try this simple recipe and taste the difference.