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Well, I didn't have orange blossom honey and instead used local clover honey. The big difference is I did not bake the mixture rather spread it on a plate fresh. The cheese I used <br/>was a local chèvre from local goats (not those 'other' goats ;)) I added a few strands of orange zest on the top for color and to compensate for having no orange blossom honey. Served with good quality whole grain water crackers. Delicious! Made for Ramadan Tag July 2013.

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COOKGIRl July 27, 2013

Wow,this is good stuff. I sampled it with thin whole wheat crackers and it was very good but I agree that it shine best on a more delicate base with a milder taste of it's own. For myself, I'm getting some strawberries to dip and enjoy feeling like a pampered lady for awhile. I whizzed the cheese, half and half and honey together then added whole pistachio's that I had just shelled and ran it all until I liked the size of the nuts. It worked perfectly. It is rich so a little goes a long way.

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Annacia June 30, 2013

This was so yummy and a real treat. Thanks duonyte!

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Sharon123 August 19, 2013
Chèvre With Pistachios and Honey