Friday, 15 June 2012

Food on Friday: Cheese!


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This week's Food on Friday is all to do with CHEESE, glorious cheese.  It would be good to get links not only with recipes but also about different types of cheese.

There is now a Pinboard for the links to this Food on Friday.  Click here if you want to have a look at it.

This is a list of what goes well with cheese (according to the great Stephanie Alexander):

Hard cheeses
Soft cheeses
almonds
anchovies
aples
bread
bread
cream
celery
cumin
chutney
fruit bread
dates
garlic
fruit bread
grilled sweet peppers (capsicum/bell peppers)
grapes
herbs
ham
olive oil
oatmeal biscuits
olives
olives
paprika
pasta
pepper
pears
quince paste
pickles
raspberries
raisins
salad leaves
walnuts
sultanas soaked in white wine


Just get cracking putting your links into Mr Linky.  I have learned how to fix up missed recipe titles etc, but it would be great if you put the name of the recipe/item (and your name if you like) into the first box and then the url for your recipe/item into the second box.

And while you are here, can I suggest you check out the other Food on Friday's.  They are listed in the sidebar to the right.  Quite a lot of new links have been added in the last few days.

29 comments:

  1. Looking forward to another delicious round-up! Love cheese.

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  2. Thanks for the invite! Looking forward to reading all the other posts

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  3. Thanks for the invitation. I'll be checking out all the goodies

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  4. Thank you for inviting me to share the Potatoes Lyonnaise with Cheese recipe. We check back and forth for each other.

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  5. thanks for hosting I look forward to seeing what everyone shares

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  6. Thanks for the invite. Happy to link up!

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  7. Everyone check out the link below, its for cheese day!

    A Taste of Heaven: Spicy Mac N' Cheese http://enjoyfood4ever.blogspot.com/2012/06/spicy-mac-n-cheese.html?spref=tw

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  8. Looking forward to new recipes! :)

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  9. Thank you for visiting my blog and inviting me to link up my cheesecake recipe. Unfortuantely I think I made an error in the link so you have my website name, Lee Caroline A World of Inspiration instead of "No cook cheesecake"...I am not sure how to correct this :(

    Lee

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  10. Thanks for the invite! Happy to share anything cheese!

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  11. thank you so much for inviting us to the link roundup! we love love love cheese, so i can't wait to see what everyone posts!

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  12. Thanks for inviting me to link up! There is nothing I love more than cheese, so this link up is PERFECT and you have so many yummy recipes already!

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  13. Thank you for the invite. I love cheese, and happy to share this recipe "Frosty Cream Banana Cake" and looking forward for the next round.
    "http://icookumakan.blogspot.com/2012/06/frosty-cream-cheese-banana-cake.html. I'.

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  14. Thanks for the invitation. I linked up the cheese custard recipe, and an earlier post on mac and cheese.

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  15. Thank you, Carole, for inviting me to the cheese party!

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  16. Had to shorten the long title of my French creation with Fourme d'Ambert l'Or des Dômes cheese..... ha!

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  17. hope you like my grilled (goat) cheese and strawberries!

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  18. Thanks for the invite! Please enjoy my Cheesy Beefy Mac. It's so good!! Have a lovely weekend!

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  19. Carole. There is a an opening message on my blog that says the old recipes are being edited. After the edit is completed, I will design a reference page.
    There already is a search box on my blog page. Type a word and up comes a list of recipes. It is located above my profile description.
    I'm not interested in gimmicks or buttons attached to every blog entry. Just the basics. My blog is designed to be simple, so it loads fast for those who have low speed IPs.
    A regular search for a food word on Google or Bing web search engines will bring my recipes up on the list of results. My most popular recipes and singular exotic recipes are the first items seen on a Google search engine result list. Less popular recipes are further down the list.

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  20. What a handy chart wine & food chart!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Carole's Chatter to comment on a couple of my posts today. Hope you have a great day.

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  21. Thanks for leaving a comment on my recipe post :) So sorry, I've just spent several hours writing up my appraisal form so am a little zombie like and just put my name instead of the recipe, despite reading the instructions first. Doh. x

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  22. Yay cheese! One of my favorite ingredients. Here is a grown up macaroni and cheese recipe that I make over and over and well you get the picture! ;)

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  23. Thanks for inviting me! The recipe I shared was Jalapeno Popper Chicken, using a hot and spicy Jalapeno Cheddar Cheese.

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  24. Carol,

    Thank you for inviting me! I hope you'll think of me for future recipe days!

    http://www.fashionintheforest.blogspot.com
    http://www.lifeofalostmuse.blogspot.com

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  25. Carole, I thought I'd include the Tenderstem Rarebit as it worked so well! :)

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  26. I love cheese so much I had to post three recipes - cherry cheesecake French toast, carrot-zucchini cake with vanilla bean cream cheese icing and ny guide to creating a cheese platter

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