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Cheese, Glorious Cheese {Recipe Round-Up}

I can give up any food except for cheese. I can admit it. So, I put a call out to fellow bloggers to bring their cheesy best to my August virtual potluck. Here's my invitation.

Had to share this. Look! There's a cheese named after me: Camilla.

I'm kidding, of course, but I did buy it and I did love it.

Camilla is a young goat's-milk disk cheese by Italian cheesemaker Caseificio Reale; it has just a little cow's cream added to give it lushness.

Now on to the recipes! I've roughly split them by cheeses used. Some recipes included more than one kind of cheese; in those cases, I categorized by the most abundant cheese in the recipe. Enjoy...

With Mozzarella...

With Monterey Jack....

With Cheddar...

With Manchego or Feta

With Cream Cheese...
With Parmesan...

With Brie or Bleu

With Other Cheeses...and More!
to the participating bloggers who shared their creations


  1. Thank you so much for hosting this!! I love cheese!!!

  2. G'day and GREAT Round Up which I almost missed today as your post went directly to my spam folder!
    Thank you so much for included my recipes! Sharing the love today for you!
    If you host something this wonderful in the future, please remember to contact me as always enjoy participating and sharing with bloggers and friends!
    Cheers! Joanne

  3. thanks for hosting! everything sounds SO good!

  4. Thanks for hosting - what a wonderful cheesy roundup!

  5. I love this roundup! I need those cheesy cauliflower tots ASAP.


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