Dolcelatte


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Dolcelatte

(ˌdɒltʃɪˈlɑːtɪ)
n
(Cookery) a soft creamy blue-veined cheese made in Italy
[Italian, literally: sweet milk]
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Starters range from crispy chicken wings to a pear and dolcelatte salad.
If you're a fan of blue cheese, try Dolcelatte or Gorgonzola.
My wife was giddy with romance at this stage so we took it easy and ordered one starter to share, a fresh tomato and dolcelatte cheese bruschetta with the waitress kindly supplying us with two plates.
Eric was brilliant and helped us create fig, lardon and dolcelatte tarts from scratch, before moving on to cook hot gingerbread souffles - a tough challenge, but one we overcame with relish.
There are also cheeses from Germany, Norway, Holland, Switzerland and Spain, Dolcelatte and Parmesan from Italy - keep an eye out for special offers - and fine French Brie and Roquefort.
120g Roquefort, Dolcelatte or Stilton cheese 4 perfectly ripe pears (it's important they're just right) 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar (try to get the best you can) 2 tbsp hazelnut oil Slice the cheese nice and thinly (if you are buying it from the deli, you could ask them to do this for you).
450g (1lb) fresh tagliatelle 600ml (1pt) full-fat milk 50g (2oz) plain flour 50g (2oz) unsalted butter 2 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed 100g (4oz) Gorgonzola, sliced 100g (4oz) Pecorino, cubed 50g (2oz) grated Parmesan 50g (2oz) Dolcelatte 1 glass (125ml) dry white wine SERVES: 4.
Remove breasts from dish, chop spring onions and fold into potatoes along with the Dolcelatte ?
Vegetarian choices include a flavoursome Thai vegetarian curry served with coriander infused rice and thick pappardelle with field mushroom in a creamy dolcelatte sauce.
78 $ In tomato sauce, 410g Galbani Dolcelatte [down arrow] 1.
My good lady chose a dolcelatte, pear, walnut and chicory salad, chock full of crunch and freshness, even though the blue cheese could have had a little more kick.