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Holiday Recipes

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2015: Potato Crock Monsieur Pie
  • Chef: Hidemi Walsh

2015: Potato Crock Monsieur Pie

Quick easy yet the cheesy creamy pie would satisfy you a lot. I wanted to make something for my family holiday party. I always see mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie on the table because everyone loves them. So I decided to combine both and make a one delicious meal to make my big family happy. I have made crock monsieur with mashed potatoes before and it was so good. So I decided to make crock monsieur pie with potato as a substitute for béchamel sauce. Also I used almond milk to add nice nutty flavor. More fun to eat than just mashed potatoes!

2015: Potato, Bacon, and Hickory Smoked Dry Jack Cheese Frittata
  • Chef: Jeanie French
  • Time: 15 minutes preparation; 30 minutes baking
  • Complexity: very easy

2015: Potato, Bacon, and Hickory Smoked Dry Jack Cheese Frittata

I grew up in Del Norte County with Rumiano’s cheese. Now, when my family returns for fishing, crabbing, and family get-togethers, I never leave town without visiting the cheese factory and stocking up on my favorite cheeses. I take them home, grate whatever we don’t eat right away, and freeze the cheese for cooking with later. I’ve been using Rumiano’s Smoked Gouda and plain Gouda and Pepper Jack cheeses with my fresh garden veggies in my frittatas all summer. I have backyard chickens that just began to lay this spring, so I’ve had to come up with tasty ways to use a lot of eggs. I love frittatas because I can vary the ingredients, adding vegetables, omitting or adding meats, but I always use cheese for that creamy texture and flavor. Today, I tried some of Rumiano’s Hickory Smoked Dry Jack with my potato, bacon, and onion frittata, and I love what happened! The flavor of the smoked dry jack really worked well with the potatoes, bacon, and onion! This is an original recipe, and I’ll definitely be getting more Hickory Smoked Dry Jack the next time I’m in town. This dish will be the one I serve to the family on Christmas morning this year!

2015: Pumpkin Chocolate Cheesecake Pie
  • Chef: Stephanie Fossum
  • Time: 30 minutes plus 60 minutes to bake
  • Complexity: easy

2015: Pumpkin Chocolate Cheesecake Pie

I found this recipe in a magazine a few years ago. After I made a few adjustments this recipe has become a family favorite around the holidays.

2015: Rumiano Jalapeno Sausage Dip
  • Chef: Linda Carpenter
  • Time: 15 minutes
  • Complexity: very easy

2015: Rumiano Jalapeno Sausage Dip

I have four kids that love cheese and chips. I have been trying different ways to make dips so that we have everyones favorite added in.

2015: Savory Wild Blueberry Pizza
  • Chef: tara pittman
  • Time: 10 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

2015: Savory Wild Blueberry Pizza

This a must try pizza. I know it might sound strange to put wild blueberries on a pizza, but they add a great flavor to this sweet savory pizza. The rosemary adds a nice savory taste that just makes this pizza so delicious. It is simple to make using a store bought crust or using a homemade Focaccia.

2015: Southwest Chorizo Brunch Bake
  • Chef: Darlene Buerger
  • Time: Preparation time: 35 minutes Baking time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

2015: Southwest Chorizo Brunch Bake

I am always trying to find quick and easy breakfast and brunch recipes the whole family can enjoy. This casserole is perfect for any occasion and combines the spices of the southwest with the comfort of a hearty morning casserole. The recipe can be spiced up by adding cayenne and hot peppers or mellowed by replacing the tomatoes and green chilies with mild salsa. The versatility and ease of preparation has made this a favorite in my family. To save time on holidays, I like to cook and layer the sausage, tortillas and cheese and onions in the pan the night before. Cover and refrigerate until morning. Then simply whisk the remaining ingredients and bake.

2015: x-mas ziti casserole
  • Chef: jeff rothrock
  • Time: 1.5 hours
  • Complexity: easy

2015: x-mas ziti casserole

started by my aunt when our family ham for x-mas got ruined

Cheesy Garlic Macaroni & Peas Prosciutto Cups
  • Chef: Jenn Tidwell
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: medium

Cheesy Garlic Macaroni & Peas Prosciutto Cups

I love eating food that is finger-friendly and bite size. I recently created these all-star macaroni and cheese prosciutto cups that were a major hit, especially with my dad. My two little girls gobble them up too. Always a request, I made them this year for Christmas eve dinner.

Holiday16: Apple & Cheddar Cobbler Mini Cookie Cups
  • Chef: Kim Van Dunk
  • Time: 40 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Holiday16: Apple & Cheddar Cobbler Mini Cookie Cups

I've never met an apple recipe that I don't like. Once the fall and winter months arrive, you can be sure to find a homemade apple treat ready for the taking. Whether it be homemade apple sauce, apple crisp, of muffins, we love them all. My family's all time favorite apple treat is apple pie. It has been a part of every holiday dessert table for as long as I can remember. I never fuss with or change my recipe. Last year while enjoying Christmas dessert, a guest asked me if I had ever added cheddar cheese to my pie. I believe that I gasped. "No, I would never do that." She began to tell me that many people do. Well, I tucked that idea far away, that is until today. As I was trying to think of a unique use for cheese for my entry, that conversation from last year popped up. So , while I was not willing to change my pie, I was more than willing to experiment with a variation of my pie. You know what? These miniature apple pie cookie cups, topped with a cobbler topping filled with cheddar cheese are deliciously addictive. We liked them so much we agreed that they should be part of this year's Christmas dessert table...right next to the apple pie.

Holiday16: Bacon Broccoli Cheddar Soup
  • Chef: Carol Askhew
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Holiday16: Bacon Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Delicious hearty soup to stick to your ribs over the Holidays!

Holiday16: Brussels Sprouts Casserole
  • Chef: Hidemi Walsh
  • Time: 25-30 minutes
  • Complexity: very easy

Holiday16: Brussels Sprouts Casserole

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish. Instead of green beans casserole, I make this dish, Brussels sprouts casserole which has creamy and little bit tangy sauce and crispy cornmeal topping. This dish has wonderful flavor, creamy and crispy texture and as a bonus, lots of health benefits. Since I make this for just myself and my husband, this is 2-3 servings. If you like this and make more, please double the ingredients and cook in a large casserole. In that case, baking time might be different. Please check your oven after 10-12 minutes.

Holiday16: Caviar Mold
  • Chef: Kathleen Shannon Finn
  • Time: 30 min. to make, chills overnight
  • Complexity: easy

Holiday16: Caviar Mold

Layered torta of cream cheese/onion base, alternately with chopped hard boiled eggs and,scallions. Garnished with caviar.

Holiday16: Cheesy Ham & Mushroom Strata
  • Chef: Anne Colvin
  • Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Holiday16: Cheesy Ham & Mushroom Strata

I love a hot breakfast when the whole family is gathered for the holidays, but without having to stand at the stove flipping pancakes for hours. This strata can be made ahead and just bakes away so you can enjoy time with your family and still get a comforting hot breakfast to enjoy with all of them too!

Holiday16: Chicken Caesar Salad Cheddar Cups
  • Chef: Kim Van Dunk
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Holiday16: Chicken Caesar Salad Cheddar Cups

Holiday food can be quite heavy...delicious, yes, but rich and sometimes, just too much. Knowing that I would have guests over this Christmas in the afternoon, I wanted to come up with a lightened up appetizer to serve to guests as they wait on Christmas dinner. I've shredded and melted a block of Rumiano Medium Cheddar Cheese on a baking sheet. Then squares of the melted cheese were cut and formed over the underside of a miniature muffin tin. With beautiful cups made only of cheese, I filled them with a quick and simple chicken Ceasar salad. Quick, easy, unique, and lightened up!

Holiday16: Chicken Enchilada Dip
  • Chef: Linda Seiler
  • Time: If chicken is already cooked approximately 45 minutes. Maybe less.
  • Complexity: easy

Holiday16: Chicken Enchilada Dip

Great dip to serve with chips, vegetables, crisp french bread, or serve over baked potato or noodles as a meal.

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