Cheese, glorious cheese

This week while shopping at my local wholesale club, a place I frequent faithfully every two weeks, I went a little cheese crazy. I bought these giant chunks of Gouda, Fontina and Bruschetta Jack. My local grocery store carries quite a few options when it comes to cheese, but for the price, I really can’t beat the wholesale club.

We love cheese around this house and recently have been trying some new flavors as they have increased the options where I shop.

For this hunk of burning love…

I am going to try out a recipe for cheese grits from another blog I follow.

For this slice of creamy, sweet, nutty, goodness…

I am going to make a copy cat recipe of the Pollo Rosa Maria from Carrabbas Italian restaurant. I have made it once before and my husband said it was in the top 10 best meals he had ever eaten in his life. Which was pretty amazing since that dish from Carrabbas is the only thing he has ever eaten in that restaurant.

We rarely go out to eat, but when we do and we find something we really love, it becomes a challenge for me to try and recreate it at home.

For this intriguing little number here…

I really have no idea what I am going to make. It looked pretty amazing and I am sure it will be very satisfying on some gourmet crackers, but I know that it is also an amazing recipe waiting to happen.

I would love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for me on what to make with the Bruschetta Jack. In fact, if you have something in mind and want to do a guest spot on this blog with your recipe, that would be even better! If you have an interest in that, you can contact me via the Facebook Page or email me at

I look forward to hearing some suggestions.

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2 Responses to Cheese, glorious cheese

  1. Shanna says:

    This cheese looks lovely! I would be tempted to try it in Rachel Ray’s Mexican Lasagna:
    Let us know what you do with it (and where to find it!)

    • I bought it at Sams Club. They have really been getting a lot of different kinds of cheese the last couple of months. I go to the one on OBT and Tradeport in Orlando. The just started carrying a log of goat cheese that is delicious. Just made a great appetizer with it last week.

      It might be good in a recipe like that, only I am not sure if the basil in it would throw it off, I just looked at the ingredients and saw that in it. Maybe if you tweak the recipe a little. I don’t know, but now you got me thinking! I will see if I can come up with something good!

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