Love Cheese? Make These Amazing Recipes

If you love cheese, you’re going to want to make these dishes immediately
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This is how to make a cheese-lover happy.

Cheese is produced in a wide range of flavors, textures, and forms. Some people enjoy sharp Cheddar, while others like to go with a milder cheese, like goat. You can eat cheese plain, with fruit, or you can incorporate some of your favorite cheeses into recipes. You can marinate your goat cheese and serve it with crusty bread or use three cheeses to make an irresistible macaroni and cheese dish — your options are endless. Keep reading to learn new and innovative ways to incorporate cheese into dishes to make them extra delicious.

Blue Cheese Guacamole

You might think I came up with this guacamole recipe just to make Diana Kennedy cringe. But blue cheese and avocado do make a truly delicious union that, as any fan of the Cobb salad understands, is not as odd as it sounds. I typically use the best stuff I can find at the cheese counter, such as Roquefort, Cabrales, or Danish Blue, but even the already crumbled blue cheese you find in a good grocery store will be delicious. Roberto Santibanez

For the Blue Cheese Guacamole recipe, click here.

Brie Pimento Cheese

Decadent and fun, this pimiento cheese is a new classic, turning buttery Brie and sweet pimientos into a tasty spread. — Whole Foods

For the Brie Pimento Cheese recipe, click here.

Marinated Goat Cheese

This cheese keeps for quite some time (about three weeks) in the refrigerator but is at its best a couple of weeks into the marinade — if it was fresh to begin with. You can use goat, mozzarella, or feta cheese — the feta and mozzarella I think keep a bit longer than the fresh goat. The marinated cheese makes a terrific addition to a mezze or antipasto platter, a lovely crostini, or as a salad garnish, particularly one with roasted beets and bitter greens. — Judith Choate  

For the Marinated Goat Cheese recipe, click here.

Nacho Mama’s Grilled Cheese

A grilled cheese recipe that tastes like a piled-high plate of nachos? Yes, please! This easy-to-make sandwich recipe, courtesy of GoGo squeeZ, can be prepared with whole wheat bread for a healthier version of one of our favorite snacks. — GoGo squeeZ

For the Nacho Mama’s Grilled Cheese recipe, click here.

Spicy Three Cheese Mac and Cheese

We begin with a medley of cheeses, including pepper jack, Cheddar, and Parmigiano-Reggiano, and add to that a mix of scallions and jalapeños. Macaroni noodles gets replaced with fusilli pasta because, let's face it, a little change never hurt nobody. — Tim McGeever

For the Spicy Three Cheese Mac and Cheese recipe, click here.

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