Definitions

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  • n. A variety of soft, mild French cheese made from cow’s milk.

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Examples

  • Creamy brie is a great match for tangy cranberries, and the brie melts fabulously, bringing all the elements of this sandwich together in slightly gooey harmony.

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  • Once they are hot, a wheel of pumpkin-chutney-topped brie is placed on the planks, covered and allowed to smoke for a few minutes.

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  • Keep adding the H&H in small amounts until the brie is soft enough to no longer require slow incorporation.

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  • I have a WASP name and live in a French-Canadian corner of the northeast, where brie is a favorite (in fact, it’s a favorite of my family) and I just can’t understand this, either.

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  • As I was trudging home from the metro, the water seeping into my ballerina flats and splashing up my legs, I fixated on the thought of warm fresh bread smothered in brie.

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  • What a great combination of ingredients; I love watercress and pears, and the brie is a delightful bonus in this wonderful recipe.

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  • Blue veined cheese is more common though, such as deep fried brie, which is pretty gorgeous, mainly served with a plum sauce.

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  • He looks very comfortable in a VFW or an American Legion Hall, not the kind of guy who looks like he would be knocking back chablis and nibbling on brie, which is how the Republicans like to paint a lot of Democrats.

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  • Or you might prefer to serve baked brie, which is ridiculously easy to make.

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  • It's the soft, unpasteurized products such as brie, feta and goat cheese that might carry food-borne illnesses.

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