gruyere gruyere


  • (n) Swiss cheese with small holes


  • And the aptly-named Popeye pie is another cheese-intensive endeavor, with ample fresh spinach atop a pecorino, gruyere and mozzarella base ($17).


  • Primal and refined meet at Cork and Cleaver Social Kitchen in Broadview Heights

    Dishes at Cork and Cleaver reflect the chefs’ respect for the inherent personality of each ingredient as well as playful interpretations of favorite flavor profiles, such as the bone-in corned beef “ribs” with Thousand Island slaw, Gruyere, and rye salt appetizer ($9). The cuisine is both elemental and artful, intriguing but not intimidating.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer


  • "The blue and cheddar should be crumbled," said Silverton, holding out dishes brimming with broken cheese, "so they can be sprinkled on. That way you get to watch it melt. The Gruyere, this has to be served in slices."
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: Nancy Silverton Source: Los Angeles Times

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