BBQ Portobello Mushroom Sandwich + Smoked Gouda
The Blondises are good folk. They run Central BBQ here in Memphis, and it's a definite favorite of many Memphians. I'm sure they serve their fair share of tourists, but that actual Memphis residents love this place is in itself is a high honor. I always look forward to going there to eat BBQ. (Don't be confused -- I'm not talking about pork or chicken! Central offers a stellar BBQ portobello sandwich. We vegetarians really appreciate it.) My good buddy J.C., manager at Central, was kind…
I confess...when the semester is back in full swing and things are crazy, I sometimes subsist on cold cuts and/or sandwiches or strange combinations of leftovers from weekend cooking binges. And once in awhile, I even let someone do the cooking for me, although our restaurant pickin's are, sadly, quite slim in the greater Plattsburgh area. So when a new place pops up, it's always exciting, especially one that's only one teeny town over from me. In early December, I was over at the feed store…
Pork Chops Stuffed with Smoked Gouda and Bacon
Easy and elegant enough for the in-laws. Be sure, when filling the chops, not to stuff it too full, or the meat will be done cooking before the cheese has had a chance to melt.
Stuffed Jalapenos with Smoked Gouda and Pineapple
This is a great appetizer for any BBQ or grilled meal. I always make them camping. I looked through many recipes, and finally decided on this. I love the sweetness of the pineapple and the slight smoky flavor of the gouda. You can also dice jalapeno to add to the cheese mix.
Pasta Primavera with Smoked Gouda
What better way to get your veggies in than with a savory Italian dish like Pasta Primavera. This version combines a little bit of heat from red pepper flakes with fresh vegetables, herbs and the smokey flavor of a smoked Gouda cheese. It's a wonderful combination of crunchy and creamy.
Sweet Corn Grilled Cheese with Smoked Gouda, Scallions, and Chile Butter
I don’t know which I love more – the crunch and heat of the chile butter on the sourdough, or the sweet corn dotting the smoky Gouda (smoked cheddar is another great option, and it melts better than Gouda). By all means, don’t wait until summer to taste this! Give it a try with frozen corn any time of the year. For more recipes like this, visit PaniniHappy.com.
Roast beef smoked gouda grilled cheese
This roast beef smoked gouda grilled cheese is the perfect sandwich to go with a nice hot bowl of soup!