Blog Posts - Goats Cheese



Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad

This Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad is one of my favourite salads of all time.  The sweet, hot roasted red pepper is complimented by the creamy, tart goats cheese… this is a delicious meal and so simple and nutritious, too! I s...
by iddle peeps on Apr 7, 2016

Bacon Wrapped Figs with herbed Goat Cheese

Bacon wrapped Figs with herbed Goat Cheese are clearly a classic. This dish just seemed to happen even though it is not fig season here in this part of the world till Autumn. It just seemed to be some kind of synergy between my fridge contents and th...
by My Kitchen Stories on Jan 24, 2016

Sweet Potato, Goats Cheese and Couscous Salad

Hey there Folks! After having an amazing week, last week, eating pretty much what we liked on holiday in Glencoe, I thought we’d better get back to our healthy during the week eating routine. So, this sweet potato, goats cheese and couscous salad f...
by Neils Healthy Meals on Mar 31, 2015

Roasted Beetroot, Garlic and Goats Cheese Soup

Beetroot.  You can just tell that anything that brightly coloured has GOT to be packed full of goodness, vitamins and E numbers.  No wait, I'm pretty sure that one of those isn't true**Actually, Betanin, or E162 is an red glycosidic food dy...
by Soup Tuesday on Jan 7, 2015

Easy Heirloom Tomato Salad with Goat's Cheese & Herbs

Happy New Year everyone. I hope that you had a wonderful holiday season. It is amazing how fast Christmas and New Year fly by after all the preparation we put into it. Did you do anything special? Our holiday season took an unexpected turn for the wo...
by The Whimsical Wife on Jan 2, 2015

Goats Cheese, Cranberry & Walnut Tart

If you're looking for ideas for your Christmas buffet table then this tart is sure you impress your guests, especially as they say that you can tell a lot about a woman by her buffet.This tart includes three ingredients that signify Christmas to me -...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Dec 3, 2014

Caramelised Onion & Goats Cheese Tarte Tatin

I have a confession to make. I have never made a tarte tatin before.I've been kind of a little bit scared of making one, and now that I have, I realise that there was no need, as they really are quite simple - well this one was anyway. I haven't yet...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Oct 12, 2014

Cooking with local produce on Mount Tamborine

A hands-on class overlooking the stunning Scenic Rim.
by vegeTARAian on Oct 5, 2014

Gina’s Textured Falafel Recipe

Gina’s Textured Falafel Recipe (as demonstrated at Foodies Festival 2014) Serves 4 – Gluten Free Ingredients needed: 450g (2 cups) dried chickpeas, soaked overnight Splash water Salt 1 clove garlic, roughly chopped 1/2 shallot, roughly c...

Gina’s Textured Falafel Recipe

Gina’s Textured Falafel Recipe (as demonstrated at Foodies Festival 2014) Serves 4 – Gluten Free Ingredients needed: 450g (2 cups) dried chickpeas, soaked overnight Splash water Salt 1 clove garlic, roughly chopped 1/2 shallot, roughly c...

Chicken Kiev with goat’s cheese and tarragon

Chicken Kiev is a retro classic that has made somewhat of a comeback – and so it should, as the combination of chicken, garlic and crispy breadcrumbs is a winner. This version, however, is a little different. It’s a combination of two r...
by Full as an Egg on May 26, 2014

Monday Morning Photo - Making Goat's Cheese

My neighbour making cheese from fresh goat milk, I never imagined it would be so quick and easy as well as delicious. Just need some goats now.
by Andalucia Explorer on Oct 21, 2013

Restaurant Review: Smolt, Hobart, TAS & Baked Eggs with Leeks and Artichokes Recipe

On a recent trip to Hobart we found ourselves seeking out the best restaurants and produce that this little city could provide and after a few recommendations we ended up at Smolt Restaurant. Tucked away in Salamanca Square (just behind Salamanca P...
by The Culinary Library on Aug 25, 2013

Out for Dinner in Perth

Yesterday we went out for dinner after a long day at work. I had mentioned to Lothar that I would like to go out as Lothar was in Perth for the day, which made it ideal. Normally we are working …read moreThe post Out for Dinner in Perth appeare...
by Life Starts at 60 on Apr 10, 2013

Cauliflower Cake, Lamb & Sesame Stirfry and more. A Week of Meals 003

Week 3 of the meal planning odyssey and to be honest I'm surprised that I've made it this far.  As far as new year's resolutions go, this has lasted twice as long as my other resolutions, go running 3 days a week (I'm blaming that one on the sno...
by Soup Tuesday on Jan 24, 2013

Beetroot and Goats Cheese Tarts and champagne picks for your Christmas celebrations

Today I'm sharing with you the last post in my 12 treats of Christmas series, and I thought I'd end on a savoury note with these pretty pink Beetroot and Goats Cheese Tarts. Shredded beetroot, apple, red onions and balsamic come together in a sweet...
by Delicieux on Dec 22, 2012

Roast Cherry Salad

Content by Erin Brooks.This time of year has to be my absolute favourite; long days, glorious sunshine, catch ups with friends, an abundance of produce and stonefruit – most notably, cherries! Cherries would have to be one of my absolute favourite...
by she cooks, she gardens on Dec 10, 2012

The Black Toro

The Black Toro on Kingsway, Glen Waverley opened its doors in July 2012, replacing the Urban Burger before it. Their menu is Hispanic influenced  and is one of the few higher priced eateries in the area but it’s fine dining and it has good rea...
by ohdenny. on Sep 27, 2012

10 delicious foods to try on Guernsey – video

Guernsey in the Channel islands is a delight for those who love fresh, locally produced food with a flavour of both France and England. There are lush, flower-filled pastures for the Guernsey cows and goats to produce their milk, from the sea you&#...
by Heather on her travels on Jul 8, 2012

Of goats and men and Banon cheese.

La Chèvre ProvençaleWhen in Provence, you will undoubtedly meet goats in some shape or form, whether it be in a field on a walk or at the end of your meal in the form of cheese. The predominant race of goats is unsurprisingly&nb...
by Unique Provence on Jun 18, 2012


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