About Castello Cheese: Since 1893 Castello® has brought a balance of innovation and tradition to the art of cheese making. Castello® cheeses cover a wide range of traditional regional recipes and our own unique crafted cheeses, always made with natural ingredients and great attention to detail.
I don’t know about you, but I love to sit down after the kids have gone to sleep and enjoy an evening with myself. My perfect evening consist of a snack, some wine, and a romantic comedy. So, I hate trying to figure out the perfect kind of snack to go along with some wine. I was browsing through the store the other day and I found Castello Cheese.
This cheese just looks perfect. It is extra creamy and comes in slices that are perfect for pretty much anything that you need it for. There are over 40 different flavors of cheese from Castello. They have flavors from creamy white, white with green peppers, wild garlic, and even cream cheese. I have the greatest idea to pop into my head when I saw the wide range of cheeses that were offered.
So for movie night, I decided to make these delicious ( and my own creation) Club Crackers topped with Castello Cheese Danish Blue Cheese and topped with some sliced black olives. These are the perfect snack to accompany a chilled glass of red wine and my favorite romantic movie. So what is your favorite type of snack with fancy cheese? I especially love the Poached Lobster with Lemon Sauce and the Cheesy Scallops.
Thanks to Castello and the new movie Burnt starting Bradley Cooper, there is two wonderful giveaways going on. You can enter for the chance to win private cooking classes for two or a years supply of Castello Cheese. Head on over here for your chance to win.
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