Today, I have a guest blogger post on Wisconsin Cheese Talk. Wisconsin Cheese challenged me to come up with a recipe that really made the most of cheese. Of course, I love cheese so it wasn’t much of a challenge. This recipe sprang into my mind very quickly. Anyway, I agreed to do a guest post for Wisconsin Cheese Talk and since I promised the recipe to them, I’m not printing it here. But I am posting all of these mouthwatering photos to try to entice you to go see my post over at Wisconsin Cheese Talk.
Recently, I ate my way through the cheese offerings of the Nasonville Dairy in Wisconsin. I have had blue cheese that made a fantastic creamy dressing, feta for a wonderful Greek Salad and I have used their medium cheddar to make several casseroles including the Green Chili Cheese Egg Casserole and the Hominy with Cheese and Green Chilis which is featured on Wisconsin Cheese Talk today. I encourage you to Link through to the Wisconsin Cheese Talk website and see this post. You will want to print it out and keep it because it is an easy “go to” recipe for all kinds of occasions and it is perfect for feeding a crowd.
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The hominy dish is a take on the Perini’s classic dish and is full of bacon and green chilis and creamy cheese. We enjoyed it with a real Perini’s peppered beef tenderloin and it was out of this world. But I also have fantasies about eating it for breakfast alongside some spicy sausages.This is a very simple recipe. After a quick saute of onions and peppers, the rest of the recipe is combining cans of hominy and green chilis and stirring in the cheese. After a quick turn in the oven, the casserole is on the table ready to go. You really need to try this one and check out all of the other great cheese related recipes on Wisconsin Cheese Talk.
Check back tomorrow! I am posting a Cherry Skillet Cake made in a cast iron skillet that will make you very happy. It is a very simple recipe that makes the most of one of the seasons best offerings. See you tomorrow when Pie will be back from Wisconsin and showing off one of the best treats Texas has to offer.