Wisconsin Cheese and Fruit Recipes

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Stained cherry fingers, peach juice dripping down your chin and the sweet-tart taste of a perfectly selected plum are a few signature signs of the summertime fruit season. This is the ideal time of the year to enjoy stone fruits, otherwise known as drupes, or fruits with a pit or stone in the center. They also make a refreshing match for the flavors of many delicious Wisconsin cheeses. Fruit and cheese is a classic pairing, almost as if the two were meant for each other. Try your favorite stone fruit in these decadent summery recipes. They’re all so yummy; it will be hard to pick just one!

Ham, Swiss and Peach Crostini

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Sweet peaches pair so well with savory ham and the nutty-melty flavor of  Sid’s Bahl Baby Swiss from Carr Valley Cheese Company in this crunchy, flavor-packed crostini.

Pork Chops with Grilled Peaches and Blue Cheese

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Grilled, caramelized peaches and delicious pork chops nestle perfectly on top of this zesty spinach salad. A sprinkle of crumbly Roth Buttermilk Blue® ties this tangy summertime dish together.

Grilled Plum and Bread Salad with Fresh Mozzarella

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Fresh, creamy Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics Fresh Mozzarella and sweet, juicy grilled plums balance out the peppery arugula in this salad. It’s sure to stand out at your next dinner party or barbecue.

Warm Baked Cherries with Havarti-Granola Streusel

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This yummy dessert pairs warm baked cherries with a crunchy, decadent streusel made from granola and buttery havarti from Decatur Dairy. It is heavenly served on its own or over a store-bought angel food cake.

 

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