A Summer Salad for Cheesemongers
When it comes to serving fine cheese, we so often default to “cheese plate.” But with Chester Hastings’ new book, The Cheesemonger’s Seasons, each dish of every meal is an opportunity to enjoy a distinctive cheese. His seasonally-inspired recipes that combine fine cheeses with the ripest, freshest fruits and vegetables can only be a good idea–more cheese always, please!
This recipe for roasted beets, fresh strawberries, and citrus syrup with goat cheese is perfect for lazy summer lunches, when these fresh ingredients are probably at hand anyway. Click the image below for the recipe!
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