It's okay, it happens to all of us. Enter your e-mail address or username to recover your password.
Nom Nom Nom.
Old fashioned croquettes are made with leftover macaroni and cheese.
Provided to you by Crisco®
Known as arancini, or "little oranges," in Italian, these little balls, with their surprise melted cheese filling, are an excellent way to turn leftover risotto into a delectable hors d'oeuvre. They're so good, you might be inspired to make a batch of risotto just to enjoy in this form.
A very rich dish that goes great with steak or pork.
These are the best scones I have ever eaten! Terrific served with soup.
A few simple ingredients make a sumptuous soup. Be sure to use a high-quality cheddar; it's crucial to the dish's flavor. Choose a yellow cheese for the richest color. For a chunkier soup, skip the pureeing and just break up some of the potato with a spoon.
Our Test Kitchen shares the recipe for this speedy sauce that's perfect over vegetables, omelets or any items made tastier with melted cheddar. Surprise your family tonight by drizzling some on baked potatoes. Then use up the extra sauce in the two dishes that follow.
My husband and I live in the Dairy State of Wisconsin. So this soup is perfect, since we get to use our state's fantastic cheese and milk.
Broccoli and cheddar cheese are a common match (think of broccoli-cheddar soup), and here they come together as a dipping duo. The cheese sauce is thick and creamy and a fun way to dress up vegetables.
WE were dairy farmers for years, so we all enjoyed a hearty breakfast after morning milking. Having a bit of cheese satisfies the appetite and helps hold you over until the next meal. Since I always had a lot of cheddar cheese on hand, I used it in many of my recipes. -Helen Davis, Waterbury, Vermont
Great on the grill or in the oven...take your pick and enjoy!
Eggplant is cooked then mashed and shaped with cracker crumbs, cheese, eggs, garlic and green onion, then the patties are deep fried.
These are good straight out of the oven with butter.
The bacon is in the biscuits and I serve scrambled eggs on the side.
These are great cuz they are mixed in a food processor and baked in muffin tin. No rolling and cutting! They taste heavenly too!
Zucchini is sliced and baked in a sour cream sauce with Cheddar cheese, eggs, bacon, and bread crumbs.
Mini Cheddar cheese balls, made with Cheddar cheese, cream cheese, herbs and spices, and chopped pecans.
Use this cheese sauce on vegetables, pasta, or use in other dishes.
Scroll down to see more recipes using grits.
Cheesy with a shortbread-like texture, these biscuits are addictive and would pair nicely with beer.
You’ll find these buttery cheddar biscuits irresistible with sparkling wine or any wine for that matter. They’re also a good stand-in for croutons and quite addictive on their own. I always keep logs of this dough in my freezer so I can whip these out on short notice.
An easy fondue recipe from a forum member.
These cheese twists are similar to cheese straws.
If you "carrot" all about serving up a good time for your guests, plant this playful appetizer on your party menu. I make this for parties, and it catches everyone's eye.—Pam Goodlet, Washington Island, Wisconsin
Creamy, cheesy, and quick... it's everything you need.
Mashed potato recipe is made with mashed potatoes, cheddar cheese, American cheese, and other seasonings.
This recipe can be prepared in 45 minutes or less. Along with corn on the cob, serve some deli macaroni salad gussied up with chopped carrots and green bell peppers. Also have lettuce, sliced tomatoes and other condiments to pile onto the burgers. Strawberry shortcake is just right for dessert.
English farmhouse-style white Cheddars such as Montgomery, Keen's, and Fiscalini were delicious in this pie. We also liked Grafton Cheddar, from Vermont.
This recipe goes with Creamy Two-Cheese Potatoes Gratin
Always wanted to make a cheddar ale soup. It is very yummy! And is like a chemistry experiment.
Scroll down to see more rice recipes.
These cheesy appetizers are so easy to make and so quick to bake. A warm batch makes a savory snack or an appealing addition to a soup lunch.
This baked cheese grits casserole is perfect for lazy weekend mornings. Just cook the grits in milk and butter, stir in eggs, salt, and pepper, and pop in the oven-it's ready in less than an hour. For other Southern dishes like this one, see our complete collection of Southern recipes.
Use this whenever you need a cheese sauce! You can cut the recipe in half if desired.
For more features, and a better overall experience,
Please upgrade to Internet Explorer 10.
Click here to download Internet Explorer 9.