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Wisconsin Cheese Curds Scramble

January 23rd, 2014 by Pat Fischbeck

Our Wisconsin Cheese Curds Scramble was inspired by a recipe from the Spring Green General Store in Spring Green Wisconsin.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA8 large eggs

½ cup half and half

2 Tablespoons butter

1 ½ cups Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Curds

4 pieces of sun dried tomato diced

1 Tablespoon fresh dill chopped or 1 teaspoon of dried dill weed

Salt and pepper to taste

 

Baby Spinach leaves

Sautéed Asparagus

Toasted Beer Bread

 

Break or chop the cheese curds into ½ inch pieces and set aside.

In a blender combine the eggs and half and half.  In a ten-inch non-stick skillet melt the butter over medium low heat.  Add the egg mixture, tomato, dill, salt and pepper.  Stir the eggs and scramble them until they just begin to set.  Add the cheese curds and continue stirring.  When the eggs are done remove from the heat.  The goal is to have barely melted cheese curds at the point that the eggs have completed cooking.

To serve make a “nest” of baby spinach leaves in the center of 4 plates.  Arrange the sautéed asparagus over the spinach and the top with the scrambled eggs.  Add triangles of toasted beer bread to the plate and serve.  Serves 4.

WBBA Cookbook is Here

December 11th, 2009 by Pat Fischbeck

The new Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast Association cookbooks, with The Speckled Hen Inn on the front cover are here and ready to wrap up for Christmas.  We have a good supply at the Inn and will hold one for you to pick up at the Inn or we can also ship them to you.

The cookbook is more than just the recipes that have been contributed by over 150 different Wisconsin B&B’s.  It could even be used as a travel guide because there is information about each B&B that submitted a recipe and there are lots of fun facts about the food scene in Wisconsin.

The contents are not just focused on Breakfast, although there is a wonderful array of breakfast dishes.  There are appetizers, soups, luncheon and dinner entrees and marvelous deserts.

 

It is a fun read and a great gift for the foodies or cookbook collectors on your Christmas list.