Lets talk cheese, what is your favorite and how do you like to serve/eat it?

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It's National Cheesecake Day, what is your favorite recipe?
Chef Carmen , July 30, 2011
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A little history on cheese...The first factory for the industrial production of cheese opened in Switzerland in 1815, but it was in the United States where large-scale production first found real success. Credit usually goes to Jesse Williams, a dairy farmer from Rome, New York, who in 1851 started making cheese in an assembly-line fashion using the milk from neighboring farms.
Chef Carmen , July 29, 2011
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Sounds great Mihai, don't think I have ever seen Basil Havarti. Where do you get it?
Chef Carmen , July 29, 2011
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I like Sage Havarti cheese, my thing is whip it up in a kitchen aid with a little milk, toss it in a pipeing bag. Take some proscutto, make a small ring around 2 or your fingers with the proscutto and pipe the cheese mix inside the proscutto and then take that mix and put it inside a zuchinii flower. Dip it inside a slurry of rice flower and water and fry it. Yummmmmmmmmmy is all i have to say = )
Mihai Topor , July 28, 2011
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Tracy what book are you reading? Let us know how cheesecake turns out!
Chef Carmen , July 27, 2011
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I absolutely love cheese! I am currently reading a book and trying to learn more about cheese so this blog is great! I loved the idea about using the fresh chevre in cheesecake. I am going to try this very soon!
Tracy Riddell , July 27, 2011
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I am very excited about this topic, I love cheese so I can't wait to hear all your questions and comments! Joining us will be Tim Gaddis, the Cheeseman Cheese & Specialty Buyer for Star Provisions in Atlanta and Gabe Goodlett from Sweet Grass Dairy...so lets hear it!
Chef Carmen , July 27, 2011

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