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I perfected this at home recently after I found some smoked cheddar, which is essential. It has been a favorite of mine for years.

Golden Lamb Inn's Signature Salad

Spring mix
Granny Smith apple cut in matchstick size
Pecans candied with a little melted butter and honey (1 T of each and 1/2 C pecan pieces - on parchment paper 350 for 7-8 minutes)
Shredded smoked cheddar (you can get this in a block at Gordon's Food Service)
Creamy balsamic dressing lightly applied (I suspect Marzetti's is similar)


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That sounds great though I'd prefer goat cheese.
 
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I'm pretty sure I'd like that. I'll have to see if I can find the smoked cheddar.

Is the Golden Lamb Inn a Cincinnati restaurant?

Big Al


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Close. It is in my home town of Lebanon. It’s Ohio’s oldest inn, now owned by Rob Portman and his siblings. Outstanding inn and restaurant.


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If you are interested.

https://www.goldenlamb.com/


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That sounds fantastic.
 
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Originally posted by kluurs:
That sounds great though I'd prefer goat cheese.


Seriously, the smoked cheddar adds a lot to it.


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I looked for directions on their website. I'm only 4-1/2 hours away. Seems like I and my wife ought to dine there sometime.

Big Al


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What a fascinating place. Wish I were closer.

Carr Valley has some very nice cheeses; I've had their blues.

They have an apple smoked cheddar.

https://carrvalleycheese.com/p...pple-smoked-cheddar/


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You're singing my song, WTG.

I spent some time in France in the company of a number of frenchmen years ago. I really enjoyed the wines they selected at dinner, but my ultimate delight was when the after-dinner cheese board appeared.

There are a lot of artisan cheesemakers around and their wares are increasingly accessable. My wife often says "It's a great time to be a beerdrinker" and I agree with that, but it's also a great time to be a cheese-eater.

Big Al


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I looked for directions on their website. I'm only 4-1/2 hours away. Seems like I and my wife ought to dine there sometime.

Big Al


You should plan to stay there as well. It's pretty reasonable, and Lebanon is becoming a nice little boutique town. There's even an artisan cheesemaking shop. Let me know if you decide to go and maybe we can get together.


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