Hip hip! Hooray! Hip Hip! Hooray! Hip hip! HOLIDAYS, I say! Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is celebrating the changing season and the festivities that are about to commence with the new Harvest issue of Grate. Pair. Share., which shares easy recipes that offer seasonal flavors for any occasion.
“Fall is a season filled with anticipation for the holidays to come, and the highlight of every get together is delicious food,” said Suzanne Fanning, VP of Marketing Communications. “The recipes featured in this issue offer fun and festive ways Wisconsin cheese can help elevate all of your fall celebrations.”
Bring on the wave of spooky celebrations that won’t scare consumers out of the kitchen. Trick-or-treat favors are fun and easy thanks to the tips provided by the organization. Asiago Bat Crackers use BelGioioso® Asiago cheese with some cayenne pepper to offer a cute and crispy addition to the party array. Candy Corn Cheese Picks, Mini Pumpkin Cheese Balls, and Jalapeño Popper Mummies are more ways for consumers to entice guests with frightfully festive bites.
And, if you’re guests are like me, nothing scares you more than wasted food—help them look to Thanksgiving leftovers for inspiration. A Cranberry Breakfast Bowl or a Cranberry Mascarpone Coffee Cake does just the trick, and a transformation of leftover stuffing and gravy into a Breakfast Casserole will have people thankful well beyond the conclusion of the holiday!
The issue concludes with Wisconsin cheese, as consumers indulge in a rendition of chicken fettuccini alfredo that uses Kindred Creamery’s Ghost Pepper Colby Jack Cheese—or the use of Italian-style Wisconsin cheeses for an easy Four-Cheese Baked Ziti. And if that doesn’t have you drooling, consumers will be able to tap Sartori® Rosemary and Olive Oil Asiago cheese for a Cacio e Pepe to really make their friends’ and families’ days.
Check out the fall recipes and inspiration here. Also, be sure to watch the latest Wisconsin to Table video that illustrates how to create a Cinnamon Apple Pie Cheddar Galette, a Fall Harvest Cheeseboard, and more!
Alright, friends. Wisconsin cheese is calling, and I must go.