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  1. #11
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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    FWIW, I just stumbled across this class on Amercian Whiskey and Cheese:
    http://www.artisanalcheese.com/prodi...?number=17BOCH
    John B

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  2. #12
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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    LeNell has been offering a Bourbon and Cheese class. Here's the link: http://www.artisanalcheese.com/prodi...?number=17BOCH


    I think the right cheese with Bourbon is close to perfection.( Beer and Cheese is GREAT too)
    Joe

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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by Joeluka View Post
    ( Beer and Cheese is GREAT too)
    Now we're talking.....add a Bratwurst to that and I'd feel like I'm back home in Wisconsin!!

  4. #14
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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by barturtle View Post
    That sounds awesome! Where do I get this recipe?

    When in a hurry we just use a pre-made crust...

    2Tof Pizza Sauce
    2T Adobo sauce (from canned Chipotle chilies or more too taste. We add 2 T of the Chipotle’s chopped to the sauce)
    6 to 8 Medium-hot chilies (We use 4 Poblano’s and 2 Jalapenos)
    2-Cups freshly shredded White Cheddar
    1-Cup freshly shredded smoked Gouda
    1/4-Cup Fresh Cilantro

    Roast the fresh Chiles (Grill over a fire until black all around and then place in a zip lock back to sweat for 15 minutes) Remove from bag remove skin and slice.

    Cover your crust with the sauce, then add the cheese, then the sliced chilies. Bake per your crust instructions. Remove from oven and add the fresh Cilantro.


    It's simple but has great flavor. We have tried a variety of chilies depending on how hot we want to go. The 4 poblano's and 2 jalapenos has been our favorite.

    This is from James McNair's New Pizza Book. No longer published but you can find it on Amazon used. It has many easy and very unusual pizzas with great flavor.
    Todd

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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Mmm...I foresee some homemade pizza in my future. Thanks!
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  6. #16
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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Actually Whiskey is good with a lot of things. Like smoked fish or Caviar.
    As far as cheese, I prefer the Gouda -Triscuit-bourbon, mix. the Other cheese usually begs for a Cabernet or a Beer. Of course Chedder and Queso is more appropriate with Beer. IMO.

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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    At the KBD Gala, cheese balls are a staple on the hors d'oeuvres table. They go well with whiskey on the rocks, I find. This is cheese softened and formed into balls or other shapes suitable for eating with a cracker or soft bit of bread. Bourbon is used of course for the KBF's recipe.

    I once tried my own version at home with cheddar, paprika, butter, bourbon and chives and it was great. Using a blender makes it easy to do.

    Gary

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    Beer and Bratwurst

    Quote Originally Posted by luv2hunt View Post
    Now we're talking.....add a Bratwurst to that and I'd feel like I'm back home in Wisconsin!!
    Mmmmmmm.... bratwurst. On last weekend's roadtrip to Wisconsin, I stopped at a little restaurant just outside Plymouth and had a genuine Sheboygan bratwurst, accompanied by a glass of Leinenkugel Honey Weiss. Damn, it was good!
    Oh no! You have walked into the slavering fangs of a lurking grue!

  9. #19
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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Never having tried Gruyère cheese before, and loving Gouda, I had to rush to the Deli the other day to pick up some of each. Tried both with a little bourbon. Wow, that was almost damn sexual.

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    Re: Whiskey and Cheese

    Glad I'm not alone.
    --Mark

    When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey; and when I drink water, I drink water.

 

 

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