Spicy Hatch Chile Cheesy Polenta Dip Recipe

Spicy Hatch Chile Cheesy Polenta Dip

Spicy Hatch Chile Cheesy Polenta Dip

Here in Phoenix Arizona we get these really delicious Hatch Chiles in the fall that are so delicious fire roasted. Most people love the aroma of these Hatch Chiles so we try to serve them any imaginal way. Here I came up with Spicy Cheesy Polenta that you can use as a dip if you care too. You usually have to pair the Hatch Chile with something creamy like cheese to balance out the heat. Hatch Chiles do come in mild, medium, hot, very hot and too hot. 80% of the time no matter what the chiles are marked you get hot or very hot so you have to be able to tolerate some heat to enjoy these chiles. For any recipe with hatch chiles they must be fire roasted with the skin, stem and seeds removed.

Ingredients for about 8 servings

6 oz hatch chiles – fire roasted with skin, seeds, stem removed and chopped (about 1/2 a cup)

1 cup polenta (not the instant kind)

4 1/2 cups water

1 garlic clove – grounded up

2 oz unsweetened butter – cut in a few pieces

1 teaspoon kosher salt or sea salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh epazote chopped fine (if you can’t find leave it out- it’s a very strong herb that should be used very sparingly but it adds an authentic taste to Mexican Style Foods)

4 oz extra sharp aged white cheddar – cut or sliced in small pieces

8 oz monterey jack cheese – cut or sliced in small pieces

fresh ground black pepper to taste

1 scallion – for garnish

1 Tablespoon fresh cilantro for garnish


In a sauce pot put the water with salt on to boil. Once the water is boiling turn down slightly and add the garlic, hatch chiles, butter and polenta. Keep stirring. The more you stir the creamier it will be. you will slowly be turning down the heat and you don’t have to stir the whole time but you do need to stir periodically. When the polenta starts to look like it’s getting thick…about 10 minutes. You should lightly cover the polenta with foil and turn down the heat to low. You still need to stir the polenta occasionally for about 1/2 hour and then slowly add the cheeses and the epazote. Real polenta takes 45 to cook. This polenta will come out thin for a just right cheesy dip. If you let it sit in the refrigerator the polenta will harden but you can still get it softer by reheating it but it will not come out as thin.

Spicy Hatch Chile Cheesy Polenta Dip

Spicy Hatch Chile Cheesy Polenta Dip

Spicy but Forking Yummy!

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Enchanted Pumpkin Garden Carefree Arizona It’s a Free Event….GO!



October 17th – 31th 2016 is the 2nd annual Enchanted Pumpkin Garden in Carefree Arizona. This is a free no cost event.

Pumpkin Artist Ray Villafane is the genius behind these whimsical pumpkins that take over the beautiful Carefree Desert Gardens. If the name Ray Villafane sounds familiar it’s probably because you’ve watched him on Food Network’s TV Show called Halloween Wars where he transformed Pumpkins into amazing lifelike creations.

Besides strolling threw the gardens-


the Enchanted Pumpkin Garden’s Events have grown to include a craft beer garden, a few food trucks ( I saw four and one was ice-cream) –


Hayrides, a pumpkin pie eating contest and face painting.

For more information please visit www.CarefreePumpkinGarden.com or just Forking Visit the Gardens…BECAUSE it’s FREE

! There are a few shops and a few cafes in walking distance that you can do afterwards. beautiful Cave Creek is only a couple streets away and you can easily spend some time there too. Lot’s of tourist shops and bars with cowboys and want-to-be cowboys Cave Creek is a very southwest kind of town and is lots of fun for visitors and for people that truly enjoy the south west.

Here are a few pictures of what I saw this year.












This week should even be better because the artist will be carving all the pumpkins can. The pumpkins only last for up to FOUR days in our Arizona Weather. They actually mist the pumpkins with water to get them to last a mere four days.

Here are a few photos from 2015 Enchanted Pumpkin Garden






Carefree’s Enchanted Pumpkin Garden…Just Forking Go…It’s Free!

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Taj Mahal Restaurant and Lounge Scottsdale AZ is Worth a Fork


An intoxicating aroma of exotic spices  fills the air inside the restaurant and suddenly I get excited to try Indian Cuisine. The dining room is modern and clean. Indian Television and Lively Music are on at the same time…… At the time of this review (October 2016) Taj Mahal Restaurant and Lounge is a newly opened Indian Restaurant and Lounge located in Old Town Scottsdale. Here you park in the street in pull in spaces or in one of the free garages.


The owner is very friendly and welcoming and takes our order.

In reasonable time our plates arrive that we share. The decorative plates look small to us but really held just enough food.


We received Fish Vindaloo (maui maui), Chicken Biryani and Garlic Naan. I’ve had Chicken Biryani at a number of places and although there are endless variations of this dish….. this dish of Chicken Biryani seemed the most complex and interesting that I tried so far. To start out the chicken was above average. It was tasty juicy, flavorful,  boneless chicken thigh meat. This style of Biryani had the just right amounts of sweet golden raisins, toasted almonds and fresh herbs to balance all the spices and heat. It was the best Biryani I remember tasting so far.

The Fish Vindaloo came with potatoes in a spicy, tangy, tomato based sauce. The fish seemed fresh tasting and was flaky and moist. I thought the extra sauce was a yummy treat with the garlic naan.

Service was efficient.

Portions are right on.

Pricing is on the high side…..Biryani $15.99 & Vindaloo $17.99 …..The proteins are either higher quality or were prepared with more expertise than from other similar places I tried.

It’s premature to rate because they are so new but I couldn’t find a thing wrong with anything so it seems that Taj Mahal in Scottsdale AZ is Worth a Fork!

Worth a Fork!

Worth a Fork!

I didn’t include this is my review……..

The owner told me that people travel hours to come here for his Specialty Dish the Chicken Masala. He is confidant that he serves the absolute best Chicken Masala that there is out there and he tried to get me to order it..( The truth is that I like Chicken Masala but it’s not my favorite Indian Dish so I didn’t try it this time)….He told me that I must try the Chicken Masala next time. Maybe next time I will try the Chicken Masala and see if I feel differently about that dish after I try it here….

For more information please visit www.TajMahalPrescott.com

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Indian Inspired Leaner FORKING DELICIOUS Turkey Meatballs Recipe

Indian Spiced Turkey Meatballs

Indian Inspired Turkey Meatballs

These Indian Spiced Turkey Meatballs come out light, fluffy, juicy, flavorful and spicy. Go ahead and make a big batch because they will get gobbled up as soon as they come out of the oven. Gave my husband a sample bowl and he marched back in a few times for repeats. Should you have any leftovers they freeze well and reheat juicy.

Ingredients for about  12 servings

2 lb ground turkey 85% lean

1/2 cup sweet onion – finely chopped

2 Tablespoons ginger – fresh grated

1 teaspoon ground turmeric

2 very hot hatch chiles – fire roasted, stem, seeds and skin removed – chopped small

1 teaspoon chili powder

10 cashews – crushed to powder

3 garlic cloves – grounded

1 teaspoon garam masala

4 branches fresh curry leaves – chopped fine

4 XL eggs – beaten

2 cups whole wheat panko bread crumbs

1 cup water

2 teaspoons black pepper

2 Tablespoons kosher salt or sea salt – slightly scant

non-stick spray canola or vegetable


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

Spray non-stick spray on your baking sheets.

In a large mixing bowl add the turkey and bread crumbs.

In a medium mixing bowl combine everything that’s left but the non- stick spray.

Mix in medium bowl’s contents to the large bowl and mix till incorporated. I do note the mixture will be VERY SOFT and you will have to use a small scoop and not your hands to make the meatballs.

Pinch of about the size of a marble and pop it in the microwave for about 16 seconds and check the seasons or place in the oven on a sheet pan and wait for it to be cooked threw and then try. After you decide the seasons are correct for you then get your small scoop and start laying out the meatballs like this. Sixty meatballs.


After twelve minutes in my oven they were done but oven do differ so make sure yours are done.




Delicious, light, fluffy and juicy!

Indian Inspired Turkey Meatballs with Green Chutney (Chutney is just handful mint, handful cilantro, 1/2t cumin seeds, 2 garlic, 1t lemon J. salt)

Indian Inspired Turkey Meatballs with Basic Green Chutney (Chutney is just handful mint, handful cilantro, 1/2t cumin seeds,3 hot peppers, 1/2 onion, water, 2 garlic, 1t lemon J. salt, sugar to taste

Indian Inspired Turkey Meatballs with Green Chutney on toasted, oiled and garlic my own Boule Bread

Indian Inspired Turkey Meatballs with Green Chutney on garlic, oiled and toasted my own Boule Bread (this was FORKING Delicious)

If you can handle a some spice and a little heat you will FORKING love these Indian Spiced Meatballs! These came out Forking DELICIOUS!

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Happy Birthday to The Planter’s Peanut – Mr Peanut Turns 100



Mr Peanut is the mascot that represents the Planters Peanut Company that turns 100 in 2016.

The Planters Company was founded by Amedeo Obici an Italian Born American of Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania.

The Planters Company some time back merged with Nabisco and currently (2016) is owned by Kraft Foods American Food Company.

I was very excited to hear about the “Nutmobile” touring for Planters 100th. The Planter’s Peanut Man was very iconic from commercials but mostly (for me) from being one of the hight lights from Atlantic City New Jersey’s Board Walk from my childhood.

Photo from Pinterest

Photo from Pinterest

The above photo shows you a little bit of what Atlantic City Board Walk was like. The Planter’s Peanut Store is on the left.

This is how I remember it looked liked from the outside with the Peanut man always there.

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You had no choice to stop here when you were on the board walk. The aroma of fresh roasting peanuts was intoxicating like a drug. They smelled so good…you can’t imagine unless you have smelled fresh roasting peanuts. They smelled so good that you were hypnotized ….you had to get some.  The Atlantic City Board Walk also got mighty chilly at night and the hot peanuts were also very comforting to warm your hands and stomach from the chilly, misty, sandy shore air. (Photo on the left was from Monicastangledweb.com and photo to the right was found on Pinterest)

I couldn’t find a photo of the inside of the Planters Store but there were some animated Mr Peanuts inside doing things that were fun to look at. They sold fresh roasted peanuts…I think I remember some toys or games….other things I don’t remember and Mr Peanut Collectables.


These might be older collectibles I think from before my time. I remember stuff like Mr. Peanut Mugs, Banks and other things, some were colorful. I think I remember Mr. Peanuts store goods made in Pink, Red, Blue and Yellow colors. (Photo found on Pinterest)

I saw this Mr. Peanut Bench on the internet. I don’t remember it but it might have been there. Behind the glass is a Boardwalk. But that little bit of Greenery by Mr. Peanut’s hand doesn’t look like the Atlantic City Beach to me?

Photo found on Pinterest

Photo found on Pinterest

Well Atlantic City is a different Place now and Mr. Peanut has said good riddance to Atlantic City some time back but you can find him on a Jar or Can of Planter’s Peanuts almost anywhere.

Back to our time in Phoenix Arizona!

Here was the Mr. Peanut 100th Birthday Celebration.

I never seen the “NutMobile” before and never heard of it either. We drove to the celebration and luckily it wasn’t too far from my house.





Was the scent of fresh roasted peanuts going to fill the air?….Nope 🙁

Where they going to celebrate with slices of Birthday Cake?…..Nope 🙁

Was there going to be a band?….Nope 🙁

Were they going to hand out keepsakes?…………Nope 🙁

Were they going to give out samples of airplane size packages of peanuts?……Nope 🙁

Was I FORKING GOING TO SEE MR.PEANUT?….nope….Nope and Forking Nope. 🙁

There was nothing but $1.00 off coupons for purchasing jars or cans of Planter’s Peanuts. 🙁

Nuts!…….. Mr. Peanut turned 100 and all they did was give out $1.00 off coupons.

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How to Make an Icing Rose and a Forking Easy Drop Flower



Making an icing rose is easy but it might take a whole night of practice before you get it down. You also need to know that your ornamental icing must be very thick with lots of sugar or it will be too soft for decorating and will fail.

So pick up a decorating kit and give it a try if you care too.

First you get a pastry bag …with a Rose Tip.

Both tips are for roses but I used the bigger #104 Wilton Brand Tip

Both tips are for roses but I used the bigger #104 Wilton Brand Tip

I used a 104 Wilton Tip…..I prefer the disposable pastry bags…because the reusable pastry bags are hard to clean and will always split on you when you least expect it….so you will have to replace them after a few times anyway.

You snip the end of the bag for your tip to fit in (or add a coupler to use with multiple tips)….and curl down the ends so they stay clean.


Insert frosting and twist the end so frosting doesn’t fall out.


Get a Frosting  and apply pressure to the frosting bag and make a blob of frosting on the nail.


Now go slightly above the blob and spin the nail in your hand while squirting out the frosting  around the frosting blob and make it look like a rose bud center.


Start a little lower and squirt out three petals around the bud center.


Start near the middle and make around five petals.

Then near the bottom make about seven petals.


Remove the flower with a small spatula or butter knife or a scissors by cutting into the rose bottom and releasing on the cake.

If this sound like too much trouble no fear…….

Russian Decorator Tips are budget priced and easy to use. I think  I was searching on eBay for the style tips I used when I worked in a bakery that I liked better than what I have and accidentally came across Russian Decorator Tips. I thought they were interesting and including shipping they were around $5.00 so I thought I’d give them a try.  They look so unusual to me. I’ve never seen tips like these before.


I think most of the tips look like drop tips. Most of the tips look like how you make press cookies.


I used the above tip to make the drop flower. I didn’t notice numbers on the tips so it seems you have to recognize the design of the tip to know what you want. I just applied a small amount of pressure and wah-la my flower was done.


Pretty easy and no practicing.

I suggest purchasing a coupler with the Russian Tips. The Russian Tips are very large and changing them in the bag is a major production.

I showed you how to make an Icing Rose and a Forking Easy Drop Flower…isn’t that sweet 🙂

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Reign of Pumpkin, Pumpkin Spice and Halloween HORROR 2016



It’s time for the reign of Pumpkin,  Halloween and Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING. A new forking Oreo comes out what seems like every month. Here’s your Oreo’s with 5 Halloween designs and   “DIED” (LOL) orange cream.


Here’s Pumpkick Ale. Haven’t tried tried it….???


Weird Sodas, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, Pumpkin and Werewolf flavored sodas…Booooooo!


All Natural Crispy Pumpkin Chips


Pumpkin Carmel flavored Pizzelle


More Pumpkin Pizzelles


Pumpkin Spiced Apple Cider


Pumpkin Molasses BBQ Sauce


Pumpkin CheeseCake Sandwich Cookies….these sound tasty…..don’t know if they are…


Pumpkin Vinaigrette….This one doesn’t sound appetizing to me….

Apparently Pumpkin and Halloween has gone to the Dogs Too!


Howl-oween Dog Treats…..cute!


More Halloween Dog Treats….also stupid but cute!


Witch’s Pumpkin Brew, Monster Munch, Creepy Crunchies and Pumpkin Dessert Jaes.

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Boo Stew Halloween Feast, mini Ghost, and Scary Berry treats for dogs.

Now back to people food….


Pumpkin Spice Crispbreads


Looks almost like a toy…..


Pumpkin Chocolate Bark


Pumpkin Preserves……might be yummy on Limited Edition……


Pumpkin Spice English Muffins…


Pumpkin Panettone…?


Pumpkin Macaron Mix and Pumpkin Monkey Bread


Pumpkin Muffin Mix and Pumpkin Scones Mix


Pumpkin Seed Tortilla Chips


And MORE Pumpkin Seed Tortilla Chips


American Made Israeli Couscous with Pumpkin Seeds….


Pumpkin Pie Almonds and Pumpkin Coconut Caramel Clusters…?


Pumpkin Spice filled Chocolates…?


Pumpkin Spice Yogurt Pretzels….(ICK!)…and Pumpkin Spice Monster Trail Mix..?


Bunnies & Bats fruit snacks….now that is a weird combination….and Halloween Bunny Grahams….also very strange.


Chipotle Pumpkin Soup Mix…?


Vegetable Chips shaped like ghosts and bats for the Trick or Treaters….? Not sure how this would go over with children….? Might get bricks thrown at the house if you give out treats like this.


Eek Butterfingers peanut butter chocolate skulls doesn’t look appetizing to me.


Dove Chocolates are shaped like ghosts and Hershey now makes Spooky Chocolate Kisses with Halloween messages on the white banner wrapper.


The Halloween Exploding Pop Rocks are flavored orange for Halloween.


Pumpkin Spice Special K and Pumpkin Spice Mini Wheats


Pumpkin Spice Cheerios


Here’s FIVE Pumpkin Spice flavored things for you. Pumpkin Spice Snap Cookies, Pumpkin Spice Coffee, Pumpkin Spice Carmel Dip and Pumpkin Creamer.


Pumpkin Spice Meringues


Pumpkin Spice Nuts


non-traditional Pumpkin Spice Biscotti


More Pumpkin Spice Biscotti


Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows


Locally Made Pumpkin Spice Ice-Cream


Chocolate SCREAM Twinkies, Scary Cakes and Glo Balls …..

There’s a whole lot of Pumpkin, Pumpkin Spice, Halloween and FORKING PUMPKIN EVERYTHING out there! And that was The Reign Of Pumpkin, Pumpkin Spice, Halloween Horror 2016


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Lunching at Lon’s at The Hermosa in Paradise Valley Arizona…Worth a Fork


Lon’s is the restaurant at The Hermosa a Bouquet Resort in the Paradise Valley area of Scottsdale AZ. The weather was perfect for patio dining so we took advantage of the mature trees and desert views on the lovely patio.


Our waiter introduces himself and when we are ready to order we do.

I receive my lunch of fish and chips.


It wasn’t fancy at all but everything on the plate was technically perfect. The Fish was Halibut that tasted fresh and was moist and flaky like it should be. The fish had a light coating of cornmeal that seemed free of oil. I also received house made sauce and fresh cut herbed fries that also were clean tasting and seemed oil free…that really were the BEST tasting fries I had in a long long time.

My husband had the Sort Rib Pizza.


My husband said the short rib was very good and tasty. The pizza was thinly buttered with a house made ricotta cheese that added great flavors to the pizza. I stole one small tomato from the pizza that had a great sweetness and a delicious fresh tomato taste. The only criticism that I can give is….as delicious as I was told that this pizza was……….we both felt this pizza is too small for a man’s appetite….even at lunch time.

I do note typical of resort dining lunch pricing is on the high side. I found service to be EXCELLENT. From host, hostess, waiter, and management. We were attended to often and were made to feel very welcome at Lon’s.

NO..Your not going to drive across town to dine here...but if your in the area if they serve what I had most of the food is very tasty and fresh.

Technically perfect food is Worth a Fork! I dine out often and find you don’t get technically perfect food at many fine places. Lunch Pricing runs on the high side and some lunch portions might run on the small side.

This Boutique Resort is small. There is no self parking so you have to valet.

In my opinion…….Lon’s..was Technically Perfect Food in upscale surroundings with Great Service  and is…….. Worth a Fork!

For more information please visit www.Hermosainn.com

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GAME DAY Baked Tortilla Crusted Cauliflower for Nachos Recipe

Tortilla Crusted Cauliflower

Tortilla Crusted Cauliflower

It’s kind of trendy right now to coat cauliflower and disguise it into another food. Here I basically made a tasty tortilla tasting coating for the cauliflower that’s baked. It very important to use Masa Flour or don’t even bother with this recipe because Masa has lime (not the citrus) in it and is that tortilla kind of taste. My other hint for this recipe is to use orange cauliflower because it is the PERFECT roasting cauliflower and isn’t as watery as white cauliflower and doesn’t burn it fast like purple cauliflower. This recipe is easy and quick to prepare and comes out delicious! Just top with shredded cheeses, salsa, a few thinly sliced jalapeños or fire roasted hatch chiles and cheese  pop it back in the oven a few minutes and your ready for a party! Unlike some other coated cauliflower recipes you might have tried this one holds up well to a re-heating too.

Ingredients for about 6 servings

1 orange cauliflower – broken down into bite size florets

1/4 cup corn mesa flour (make sure you are using the correct flour)

1/4 cup rice flour

1/4 cup corn starch

3.2 oz dry fat free dry skim milk (one envelope)

1/4 teaspoon granulated garlic

1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1/4 teaspoon ground annato

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt or sea salt

3/4 cup water ( it’s possible that you might need a tablespoon more because different brands of flour are ground slightly different – also make sure that you are using a liquid measurer)

non-stick spray either canola or vegetable


Set oven to 425 degrees F.

In a small mixing bowl combine all the ingredients except the cauliflower and the non-stick spray. Your cauliflower and coating mix should look like this.


Spray your baking sheet(s) with non-stick spray.

Dip each cauliflower floret in the batter and shake off as much as you can then space out the florets on your baking sheet.


Place in the oven for about ten minutes or until the cauliflower looks like this.


Now your ready for some fun!

You can top the cauliflower like nachos!


With Cheddar and Jack Cheese, salsa, jalapeños, scallions…..sour cream and guacamole if you like……or Hatch Chile and Cheese would also be delicious.

Tortilla Crusted Cauliflower

Tortilla Crusted Cauliflower

Ummmm Forking Tasty! You will make everyone happy with this one! #crowdpleaser

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Breakstone’s and Knudsen’s – The Cottage Cheeses do Taste Different


If you live in the East, South East, or Mid- Western parts of U.S. The big name brand for Cottage Cheese and other dairy items is Breakstone’s. In the Western parts the big name is Knudsen’s. Both Cottage Cheese brands have been absorbed by Kraft Foods.  I stumbled into a rare opportunity to get my hands on some Breakstone’s Cottage Cheese in Phoenix AZ. I thought I’d see how the two measure up against each other. But first is a little bit of story about these brands.

Knuden’s was at one time a family owned business that made cottage cheese and other items  that got mostly bought out by Kraft.

On the Breakstone’s Container it states that they were established in 1882 and according to the commercials I grew up with Breakstone’s was founded by Sam Breakstone.

I don’t know for sure but according to what I read on the internet the Sam Breakstone’s Name might be somewhat fictitious?????????? There is LOTS of documentation that The Breakstone Name is linked to many named Lithuanian immigrants from the New York Lower East Side named Breakstone from the pre 1900’s that were involved in the dairy business. Brothers, cousins, distant relatives all named Breakstone are linked to the dairy business all where the “real” or “fictitious” Sam Breakstone came from.

Jordon Davis of www.FindingSamBreakstone.BlogSpot.com dedicated his WHOLE BLOG to researching all people that he could find name Sam Breakstone in America that were alive in 1882. He was aiming on finding the real Sam Breakstone of from what we know as Breakstone’s . He digged up records on about SEVENTEEN Sam Breakstones and isn’t satisfied that any of the Sam Breakstones He has found (even though in the dairy business) were actually the founding Sam Breakstone of the 1882 established dairy.

Some of us of a certain age from certain parts of the United States remember the likable character from Breakstone commercials named “Sam Breakstone.”(he’s the same actor from the Dunkin Donuts Commercial, “Time to make the donuts” guy) In the commercials Sam Breakstone turned down lots of milk because it wasn’t good enough for his products. He was a real stickler. (well that’s the way I remember it..think it went that way) Oh I found a bunch of old Breakstone’s Commercials that live on youtube. Most were made from 1977-80.


“Not GOOD enough!”   “NOT GOOD ENOUGH”   “I wouldn’t feed it to a dog!”


“Not thick enough.” NOT THICK ENOUGH!”

I had difficulty researching Breakstone’s and Knudsen’s varieties of cottage cheese that they used to sell before they were bought out by Kraft. It seems that information disappeared or never was found on the web. But I remember Breakstone’s use to sell the cottage with a variety of curd sizes and different fat contents. I don’t recall Knudsen’s because it wasn’t sold were I lived most of my life.

Now back to the two brands of Cottage Cheese…..

Both Cottage Cheeses are low fat and 2% milk fat and are small curd. Both Cottage Cheese have the same amount of calories and fat.


The main ingredients in Breakstone’s are skim milk and cream, plus 8 ingredients.

Knudsen’s main ingredients are Fat free milk and cream, plus 10 ingredients.


You can see the texture differs some.

Knudsen on the right has harder, drier curds and is much saltier tasting.

Breakstone’s on the left has more difference between the curds and whey.

Knudsen’s almost seems like it was blended together.

Breakstone’s taste milkier maybe because it isn’t so salty.

Breakstone’s and Knudsen’s do taste different.

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