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Laughing Cow Cheese Spread = FUN Snacks!

Laughing Cow Cheese Spread = FUN Snacks!



Laughing Cow Cheese Spread = FUN Snacks!

I first fell in love with Laughing Cow Cheese Spread on my trip to Vegas in November. I was hunting down low carb snacks to enjoy on the go, and spotted the creamy swiss wedges in the hotel store.

They weren’t refrigerated in the store, and I found they were fine without ever being refrigerated.

Not that they lasted long, lol.

On that trip I dipped my salted almonds into the creamy wedges, which was absolutely delicious! A messy, fun, delicious & filling low carb snack. ??

It’s very low carb, creamier and tastier than whipped cream cheese, and I’ve found that it goes well with a variety of foods. If you eat berries (in moderation) as part of your low carb diet, it’s BEAUTIFUL on strawberries or raspberries. Talk about a melt-in-your-mouth naturally sweet and creamy dessert! Definitely something you must try. ??

These wedges are great for packing low carb treats & snacks on the go. They keep well unrefrigerated, or they have in my experience, and they go well with just about anything! A perfect complement to celery, crisp cucumber slices, etc. They also make GREAT roll-ups with ham, turkey or roast beef. They would also taste wonderful spread on my low carb biscuit & bread recipes. ??

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I eat one scrambled egg cooked in a big portion of coconut oil each morning. In it I add 1 wedge of whatever flavor of Laughing Cow cheese to the mixture. It melts in there and swirls around with the egg and oil. Right now using the garlic and herb, sounds odd but tastes very good.

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Top 10 Cookery Schools in America

Working in a restaurant is not like cooking at home for your friends and family, and even for the most passionate chefs, living in a professional kitchen may not be the right choice. Many of them don't understand or do not understand the extraordinary dedication, time and hard work they spend to be a real cook - a real cook alone.

Keep in mind these 10 things before applying to the culinary school and it is very important to get the right education if you still have the courage to offer the intensity of the culinary industry - or if you just burn with an unquenchable passion.

The chef, who wants every candidate, of course wants the best possible training to be the best possible chef. There are many training options for future young chefs, but where do you start? Which schools are the best?

To answer, The Daily Meal worked with Voss Water to present the top 10 culinary schools in America.

Facilities and trainers, diploma programs, reputation and remarkable graduates, length of study, and finally, tuition fees were assessed during the ranking process.

Although many schools offer pastry programs, undergraduate degrees, and hospitality management courses, associate and certificate degree programs have been evaluated primarily for comparison purposes - particularly with regard to the cost and duration of the study.

So if you dream of becoming the next Anthony Bourdain, David Chang or Daniela Soto-Innes, start with this list and choose the right school for you.

10. San Diego Culinary Institute

9. Sullivan University National Center for Hospitality Studies

8. Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts

7. L’Academie de Cuisine

6. Kendall College School of Culinary Arts

5. New England Culinary Institute

4. Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts

3. International Culinary Center

2. The Culinary Institute of America

1. Institute of Culinary Education


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