9/13: Cooking with your Fresh Produce and Wisconsin Cheese


Eau Claire (DAIRY FARMERS OF AMERICA)- With summer winding down you may have some fresh produce from our gardens or the farmers market left that we don’t want to go to waste. Here are some amazing recipes that are delicious and effortless.

Try a Grilled Juustoleipa and Vegetable Antipasto Platter. Juustoleipa with origins in Finland and Sweden, means “bread cheese.” The cheese becomes soft and “squeaky” when heated but it will hold it’s shape. Enjoy this salad as a vegetarian entree or side dish. Features zucchini, yellow summer squash, sweet red bell pepper and asparagus. You can find the full recipe here.

You can also try a colorful and fresh tasting Tomato-Pesto French Bread Pizza. It’s serves at an intimate gathering on a backyard patio or a potluck. This summery caprese inspired French bread pizza topped with pesto, garden tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and nutty parmesan adds a ray of sunshine to any menu. For this full recipe, click right here.

For more delicious recipes and ideas for cooking fresh meals with, of course, Wisconsin cheese, visit their website at wisconsincheese.com.

Clarissa Tedrowe

Clarissa Tedrowe

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