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  • Nigel Slater's Baked Rice With Pancetta, Mushrooms and Goat's Cheese

    Nigel Slater's Baked Rice With Pancetta, Mushrooms and Goat's Cheese

    A comforting dish for an autumn eveningThe recipeIn a frying pan, cook 140g pancetta, cut into small cubes, until appetisingly golden. You may need a little oil. When the pancetta is ready, remove and set aside, then pour 3 tablespoons of oil into the pan. Slice 200g mushrooms and lightly brown the...

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  • Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Consensus Action on Salt and Health wants reduced levels, but industry leaders argue: 'too little salt makes bad cheese'"This really is the most stupid thing I've heard in a long time," rails Juliet Harbutt, international cheese guru and chair of the British cheese awards. "Who are these people? Wh...

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  • Cheese Too Salty and a Risk to Public Health, Study Finds

    Cheese Too Salty and a Risk to Public Health, Study Finds

    Research published in British Medical Journal says halloumi and blue cheese such as Roquefort are among the worst offendersMany popular cheeses on sale in UK supermarkets contain high levels of salt, despite meeting government reduction targets as part of the drive to improve public health, campaig...

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  • Big Fat Surprise - Butter and Cheese are Not Bad for You

    Big Fat Surprise - Butter and Cheese are Not Bad for You

    All my living years I was told that butter was bad, red meat was definitely harmful and if you ate deep fried food you were going to drastically reduce the time it would take to end up in your grave. Now it turns out that all these theories may be turned on their head.Butter is now considered ...

  • Discover Your Soft Side With Cream Cheese Bakes

    Discover Your Soft Side With Cream Cheese Bakes

    There's a lot more to cream cheese than decadent desserts. Use it in bread to make the crumb tender and crust soft, or create feather-light scones that melt in the mouthAs much as I love the velvety richness of cheesecakes (I've made them in every flavour imaginable and ordered them at every restaur...

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  • Parmesan and Cheddar Cheese Unhygienic?

    Parmesan and Cheddar Cheese Unhygienic?

    In recent weeks, it has became hard for some American foodies to smile and say cheese. The US government's Food and Drug Administration had questioned the hygiene standards of the centuries-old technique of aging artisanal cheese on wooden shelves.The fear was that wood, which is porous, can harbor ...

  • Top 5 Vitamin-D Rich Foods

    Top 5 Vitamin-D Rich Foods

    For a country that gets abundant sunlight (at least for most parts of the year) it's strange to find a significant part of our population being diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency. It's almost become a pandemic.Vitamin D or the 'sunshine vitamin' is an essential nutrient that keeps the bones and tee...

  • Grilled Goat Cheese, Roasted Pepper, and Greens Sandwich

    Grilled Goat Cheese, Roasted Pepper, and Greens Sandwich

    The title of this recipe was getting very long, so I left the last option - roasted artichoke hearts - out of it. I included them in my sandwich because I had some shriveling artichokes in my produce bin (along with the shriveling red pepper I used) and it didn't take very long to trim and roast the...

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  • How to eat: goat's cheese salad

    How to eat: goat's cheese salad

    This month How to Eat is going vegetarian and sorting out the goat's cheese salad. Do you grill it or bake it? Eat the rind or daintily peel it off? Drizzle it in honey and balsamic? Or pair it with its brethren, beetroot and red onion?Cranks! Pedants! Dinnertime dictators! Please, lend me your eye...

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  • No more Parmesan? Europe wants its cheese back

    No more Parmesan? Europe wants its cheese back

    Errico Auricchio produced cheese with his family in Italy until he brought his trade to the United States more than 30 years ago. Now, the European Union is saying his cheese isn't authentic enough to carry a European name.As part of trade talks, the EU wants to ban the use of names like Parmesan, f...

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