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« on: May 25, 2010 07:25:04 AM »

I realize that the only time I mention pear on the site in the past was for pear wood and the notion of goat cheese and BBQ sound like oil and vinegar, but oddly enough, just like oil and vinegar that don't mix, when shaken up together they make something delicious.  Here is the full write up and of course those teaser pictures:







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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2010 07:55:32 AM »

Yum!  Pears and goat cheese (or gorgonzola) is one of my favorite flavor combinations.  I never thought of grilling pears.  Sounds delicious.  Have you ever tried Halloumi?  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloumi  It's a cheese that melts at a very high temperature and can be fried or grilled.  It's so good!
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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2010 10:03:24 AM »

Yum!  Pears and goat cheese (or gorgonzola) is one of my favorite flavor combinations.  I never thought of grilling pears.  Sounds delicious.  Have you ever tried Halloumi?  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloumi  It's a cheese that melts at a very high temperature and can be fried or grilled.  It's so good!

Of course I have heard of it.  I grilled it once too.  It's a little dry and bitter.  I've heard marinading it in Italian dressing is the way to go but haven't tried that yet.  Only one place to get here in St. Louis and it's a bit of a hike...
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« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2010 12:36:48 PM »

It might have been the variety.  I've tried some that I got at our local middle eastern grocery, and it wasn't bitter and was fairly moist.  Marinading sounds delicious!  I might have to try that.
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