There are infinitely more possibilities for cheese creations than ever before, with the likes of cakes, spreads, and snacks opening up a new Pandora’s box, so to speak, and one chock full of dairy-themed inspirations perfect for the holiday season. In the same grain, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin just released its new holiday issue of Grate. Pair. Share., which includes a bounty of fun and festive ways to sprinkle a little extra holiday cheer onto holiday guests at your next merry, bright, and, most importantly, flavorful seasonal gathering.
“Whether you’re hosting a cocktail party for friends, making dinner for the family, or creating a beautiful tray of cookies to share, you’ll find lots of ways to make your holidays even more delicious with award-winning Wisconsin cheese,” said Suzanne Fanning, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin’s Senior Vice President and Wisconsin Cheese’s Chief Marketing Officer.
This month’s issue includes a combination of recipes that marry convenient party prep with elegance, including appetizers like:
December’s issue’s cover also features a Holiday Cheese Ball Wreath that the association is sure will be a stand out starter thanks to its winning combination of fresh herbs, Crystal Farms Cream Cheese, and Hook’s Two-Year Sharp Cheddar.
The association is also getting festive with a whole slew of recipes for flavored butters that pair perfectly with just about every dish, according to a press release. Try Cranberry Chipotle Cheddar Butter with fresh baked bread for a sweet and spicy kick, or melt fresh Pear and Blue Cheese Butter for a sweet and savory steak, and don’t even hesitate to enhance your seafood entree with a recipe for zesty Lemon and Dill Havarti Butter.
And, we can’t ever skip dessert! Grate. Pair. Share. has a few holiday hacks on dough recipes that can easily turn into three types of delicious cookies, so grab your copy today!
For more recipes and holiday inspiration, check out the holiday issue of Grate. Pair. Share. and watch the latest videos from the Wisconsin To Table video series.
And to keep up with the holliest jolliest holiday fun in deli, dairy, bakery, and specialty foods, stick with us at Deli Market News.