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Fromage Fort

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Recipe photo courtesy of Marcus Nilsson

The French cheese spread called fromage fort ("strong cheese") is a smooth, pungent amalgam of garlic, white wine, and any leftover cheeses you have in the refrigerator. Smear it on slices of baguette and run them under the broiler to have with drinks, or simply serve it with crackers.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2013
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You can also plop a spoonful of fromage fort, straight out of the refrigerator, on top of a grilled steak or burger, or steamed green beans, and watch it melt into an instant sauce.

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