Servings: six as a starter
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Position a rack in the center of the oven and heat oven to 350°F.
I had a little difficulty finding Drunken Goat cheese where I live (rural Ontario) but it was well worth it. Wonderful!
Drunken Goat is a spanish semi-soft cheese that has been soaked in red wine for about 2 days.Bit unfair, don't you think, to rate a recipe 1 star because you don't understand it.
Loved this salad. Nice combination of tastes and textures!
Exactly what is "Drunken Goat Cheese"? I suppose if you are a die hard "foodie" you should know this; however, I don't, hence this recipe is just a mexican version of tomatoes and italian buffallo mozzarella. Cacique cheeses are available - do you suppose it's one of them? Val JoynerPS - why offer "no stars" as an option, when your site won't allow this to be a choice?
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