TIP OF THE DAY: How Long To Boil Eggs & Lots Of Egg Recipes

May is National Egg Month (the first week in April is National Egg Salad Week). So how about a boiling-time chart from Good Eggs, below? Also check out our Egg Glossary, and see how many different types of eggs you’ve had. There are 10 options in chicken eggs alone! Before you get to the chart…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Cheese Ball Recipes For National Cheese Ball Day

[1] Here’s another recipe with pecans: a Pimento-Pecan Cheese Ball (photo © Wisconsin Cheese). [2] Mini cheese balls in phyllo cups. Here’s the recipe from A Spicy Perspective (photo © A Spicy Perspective). [3] Mini cheese balls with pretzel sticks. Here’s the recipe from Five Heart Home (photo © Five Heart Home).   April 17th…
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FOOD FUN: Make Your Own Goat Cheese

Looking for an activity for yourself or for kids? Like goat cheese? You’re in luck. Belle Chevre, award-winning cheesemakers and one of our favorites, has added DIY cheese kits to their line of fresh goat cheeses. The kits have everything you need to make a log of goat cheese or a bowl of fromage blanc.…
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FOOD FUN: Easter Egg Cheese Plate

We can always rely on DiBruno Bros. in Philadelphia for the best specialty foods—and creative ways to use them. For Easter, they’ve used Easter egg cookie cutters (photo #2) to create an Easter cheese plate (photo #1). The semi-hard cheese group includes young Asiago, Cheddar, Colby, Edam, Fontinella, Gouda, Manchego, Provolone (photo #1) and Queso…
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