goat cheese recipes


Gourmet Burgers 

These burgers were inspired by the amazing, organic bison burger I had last week at Yeah!Burger when I went home to Atlanta. The burger I had was an organic bison burger with goat cheese, fig jam, caramelized onions, and arugula on a whole wheat bun. These are beef burgers but with a delicious twist. 


1/3 lb ground chuck 

1/3 lb ground sirloin 

1/3 lb ground beef 

Burger seasoning: 1 tsp of each: black pepper, kosher salt, chili powder, granulated garlic, granulated onion, smoked paprika, and ½ tsp mustard powder. 

Small amount of olive oil 


Caramelized onions - recipe here: + 1 tbsp sugar 

Goat cheese 

Organic peach jam 

Buns of your choice - I chose French Brioche 


Heat a cast iron pan over medium heat. Also, preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit 

In a large bowl, mix together the three ground meats and the seasoning blend.

Form patties – you should be able to form about 4-6 burgers. 

Once formed, place into pan and sear both sides to develop a nice crust. 

Finish in oven to your desired temperature. 

Toast your buns with butter and assemble! 

Be forewarned that these are incredible. 



Naan Pizza Appreciation Post 

Previous naan pizza recipes are listed below 

BBQ chicken naan pizza 
Summer naan pizza 
Tandoori pulled chicken naan pizza 

Today, I just threw together all of the ingredients in my fridge that were about to go bad, and had a blast. The goat cheese truly works. 

LoZ: Twilight Princess - Superb Soup

As Zelda month draws to a close, I bring to you the final soup from Snowpeak Ruins. I’ve admittedly fallen behind schedule a little bit, but even if it goes up in early December, I do have one more Legend of Zelda recipe up my sleeve for you guys. That being said, its time for a cup of cozy.

Deep in the puzzling labyrinth of Snowpeak Ruins there is a chest containing a wheel (or rather a torus) of Ordon Goat Cheese. Although not nearly as cool as the Ball and Chain or helpful as the Big Key, this fine ingredient can once again be brought to Yeto to be made into a healthful elixir. Unfortunately, my grocery store doesn’t import from Ordon Village so I had to substitute normal goat cheese for this recipe. But adding to that some roasted potatoes and a little beer (gasp,) we can still make quite the Superb Soup indeed!

Jeez, Link. Don’t look so disappointed…

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