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    Smile and say BRIES!

    [Cover photo by CountryLady.] There were so many Brie recipes in my cookbook Smile and say CHEESE! I decided they needed a cookbook all their own. Also includes Camembert.
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    These yummy little appetizers almost taste like dessert. They are rich and delicious. My daughter loves to make (and eat) these!

    Recipe #393682

    A good winter appetizer or movie snack.

    Recipe #18148

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Buttery Brie, ripe pears, sweet toasted walnuts an elegant Sandwiches.

    Recipe #193462

    A nice stuffed mushroom recipe--savory and elegant.

    Recipe #145654

    Can't wait to try this one. Source: Fetzer Vineyards website.

    Recipe #190006

    This is an adopted recipe. I have added liquid smoke to the ingredients because I felt something was missing.

    Recipe #7912

    68 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This baked brie puff pastry is rich, creamy, and dessert-like. It always disappears. I'm always asked for the recipe. Raspberry preserves goes great in this as well. Bringing in 2012 I made this using Recipe #463563!

    Recipe #48907

    Another dish I would never have thought of posting because I don't think of it as a 'recipe'. Well, I've broken it down in steps and hope you'll try it. It is delicious.

    Recipe #70155

    This apple crisp recipe uses less butter and still tastes great.

    Recipe #81231

    A lovely and tasty dish for appetizer, pot luck, banquet table or even dessert. Prep time does not include 2 hours marinating time.

    Recipe #42961

    18 Reviews |  By Derf

    These versatile tarts are wonderful on a buffet table or as a starter or appy and equally as good for dessert with a nice wine.

    Recipe #14967

    This is from th Very Virgina Junior League cookbook. I'm serving it at a post holiday get together.

    Recipe #16021

    This is a lovely party appetizer. I especially like it at Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year's Day.

    Recipe #45015

    From the St. Louis Post Dispatch, reprinted from the Washington Post. Can be served with crusty French bread, baby carrots, or grapes.

    Recipe #144721

    2 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    A yummy addition to any appetizer tray!

    Recipe #155701

    This is a wonderful Holiday recipe for a gathering of friends. I also change it a bit with just heating whole cranberry sauce and pouring it over a whole brie or camembert cheese.

    Recipe #76087

    For the holidays - these can be made up ahead of time and frozen.

    Recipe #77925

    Different from most, this baked brie recipe is truly outstanding and never fails to get rave reviews. It is so good it is usually the focal point of our holiday buffet table.

    Recipe #80733

    Pizza dough topped with onions, ripe pears and Brie.

    Recipe #99634

    1 Reviews |  By RSHDiva

    I am notorious for bringing food to share everywhere I go, so this appetizer fit my criterion for easy to move, simple to assemble and good to eat. Pack the cheese in a plastic bag with a freezer pak, and the rest can go in your suitcase!! Don't forget a small plastic plate and spreader. I use the soft, nice dried fruits from the produce dept. and snip them ahead of time into small pieces. Use firm crackers that will withstand both the trip and the spreading.

    Recipe #136671

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