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Old 10-12-2012, 02:53 PM   #1
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How do you eat goat cheese?

I was craving goat cheese so I got some and now I have a ton left. How do you eat it, what flavors go well with it. I would like to make something with it for dinner tonight and I have to work with whats already in my kitchen.

ETA: I have avocado, tomato, mozzarella, cheddar, pesto mix. I'm just thinking of doing a grilled cheese with tomato and avocado right now.

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Re: How do you eat goat cheese?

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Re: How do you eat goat cheese?

Have a goat cheese pizza, put some on a salad, melt it over steak or on pork chops ,put some in scrabbled eggs if like eggs.

I love goat cheese but can't get much around here.

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I looooooove goat cheese. Some of my favorite ways to eat it are:

1. Salad with apples and pecans. If I have arugula on hand, even better!
2. On pasta. But some over your hot (drained, of course) pasta. Add some of the starchy cooking water from your pasta to help thin it out. So yummy. It does start to seize up as it gets cool, so do this right before you are ready to eat it
3. On pizza
4. On a burger! We have a fancy burger place and I did a custom burger with goat cheese and apricot preserves. Omg...it was incredible!
5. Over grilled chicken or in a stuffed chicken breast. Something sweet with it like the apricot preserves again work here. Or some roasted red peppers are yummy too

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With wheat thins! If you have some blueberries or other berries in your freezer you can toss them in a sauce pan with some sugar and cinnamon and boil it for a while. Top a cracker with goat cheese and then drizzle some berries and juice on top. Now i want goat cheese! This is how i like it the best.
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Oh yeah delicious on dried apricots, or stuffed in a jalapeño and wrapped in bacon!
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Thanks for the ideas! I'm going to try a spinach tomato and goat cheese pizza
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Fresh spinach salad with craisins, goat cheese, and raspberry vinaigrette!
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