Cheese Lovers Blog

Cheesy BBQ Chicken Pizza Recipe

This deliciously cheesy BBQ chicken pizza recipe is easy to prepare at home and your family will LOVE it! Ingredients: ½ pound boneless skinless chopped chicken breasts ¾ cup of your favorite BBQ sauce 1 (13.8 ounce) pizza dough package 1 cup shredded Gold Creek Farm’s award-winning smoked cheddar ¾ cup shredded Gold Creek Farm’s […]

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Talented Snowy Utahan Cows

There is no doubt about it, our Brown Swiss cows are some talented creatures! With Gold Creek Farms being nestled within some of Utah’s most beautiful, hardy mountains, our supporters will often ask us how our cows survive the cold, icy winter months. The truth is (just like us), they love it! In fact, we […]

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Top Three Mac N’ Cheese

Cheese Fact: According to the International Dairy Food Association, the most popular cheese recipe in The United States is “Macaroni and Cheese!” With the cold weather settling in, we want to share some of our favorite, hearty Mac N’ Cheese recipes with you! 1) The Creamiest, Dreamiest, Cheesiest Mac and Cheese, EVER. Ingredients: Topping- 2 […]

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Festive Cheeseboard Party Guide

Impress your guests with these entertaining essentials!! Be the hostesses with the most-ess, and easily put together a cheeseboard with our quick and easy guide. Don’t forget to pick-up your cheese and have it conveniently delivered to your front door by visiting http://www.goldcreekfarms.com/shop/ Happy Holidays!!

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Baked Pumpkin Cheddar Fondue

Surprise someone special with this fun, cheesy baked-pumpkin filled to the brim with ooey, gooey saffron cheddar fondue!! It’s a great way to get a spooky, Halloween party started. Ingredients 1 Small Pie Pumpkin 2 Tablespoons Melted Butter 1 Pinch of Curry for Baking Pumpkin 1 Pinch of Smoked Paprika for Baking Pumpkin 1 ½ […]

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Three Easy, Cheesy Snacks

More than likely your kids have been back in school for a couple weeks, or you may be looking for a fresh, new idea for an after work snack yourself. Whatever the reason, we hope you enjoy these easy, cheesy takes on snack-time!   Romano Kale Chips  Ingredients: 1 Large Bunch of Kale Gold Creek […]

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Day as a Cheese-Lover

With autumn quickly approaching, we are in the mood for some comforting, melty cheese dishes! Breakfast: Bacon Chive Cheddar Quiche Ingredients: Frozen Pie Crust 4 Eggs (lightly beaten) 1 Cup of Half and Half 1 Cup of Shredded Gold Creek Farms Bacon Chive Cheddar ¼ Cup of Chopped Chives Salt and Pepper Directions: Preheat oven […]

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Grilled Cheese Pizza

Grilled Cheese Pizza

Chances are your house is as hot as mine, and turning on the oven sounds dreadful this month! Beat the heat and discover a new flavor (and trick!) with my grilled cheese pizza trick. Ingredients: 6 Ounces of Pizza Dough (buy it at the grocery store or follow the easy recipe below) ½ Cup of […]

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World Cheese Culture – The United States of America

In the 1980s artisan cheese-making became popular in the United States as an offshoot of the “back-to-land” movement. During this decade, American cheese-makers did extensive research in Europe learning age-old practices. For example, we began to incorporate the French term terrior, which means wine or cheese is more than just an ingredient. It implies that something contains some essence […]

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How to Make Cottage Cheese

Whether you purchase your milk from the grocery store, a local dairy farm, or have your own milking cow, it may surprise you to learn that cottage cheese is very simple to make inside your own kitchen! With a little practice, you may soon find it no more trouble than whipping-up your favorite dessert. So, […]

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Easy, Light Summer Recipes

Diet trends come and go, but cheese is here to stay! According to the USDA, Americans are predicted to consume at least 5% more cheese in 2016. If you are like me and love cooking with cheese, then you will love the following recipes. They are perfectly light for hot summer days! Aged White Cheddar […]

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Facts About Dairy Cows

Did you know that until the 1860s nearly every family in the United States of America had its own cow? Not only was she part of the family, the family often depended upon her for survival, especially during the unpredictable (and often harsh!) winter months. Even today, the majority of milk, cheese, and yogurt consumed […]

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Wine, Much Like Cheese

Ever wonder why cheese and wine make such great pairs? Maybe it is because the cheese-making process is very similar to the wine-making process. Preparation Cleanliness, cleanliness, cleanliness! It is a crucial part to the cheese-making process. Cheese is produced in the right environment with friendly bacteria. Bacteria are important in both cheese and wine […]

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Healthy, Cheese-y New Year

With a kick-off into 2016, many people are vowing to exercise and eat more healthy foods. With plenty of room for kale, salmon, and lemon water, many people do not think of cheese as a diet-friendly food. While eating a pound of cheese is not going to win you any New Year’s Resolution awards, cheese […]

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Savory Holiday Gifts

Nearly everybody loves a good ole’ vanilla sugar cookie, but the problem is, they are in abundance this time of year. Why not give something to your friends, family, or neighbors that is more on the savory side? After dozens of cookie plates, they may appreciate a change! Spinach Feta Cheese Bread Ingredients: ¾ Cup […]

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The Art of the Charcuterie Board

It is that time of year again, and you probably have an array of friends and family planning to visit during the holiday season. With the hustle and bustle of trying to plan dinners, bake, mail holiday cards, and wrap gifts, you may be searching for easy entertaining ideas. One of the most simple and […]

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Reasons to Buy Local

Being halfway through October, Utah’s harvest season is starting to come to an end. While many people strive to buy local products during the summer farmers markets, it may seem difficult to maintain that habit during the winter. On the contrary, there are still a lot of local products available at many grocery stores, regardless […]

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