Jun 262013
 

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KTBv6MiniLogoI love cheese!  What girl from Wisconsin wouldn’t say that?  I recently tried these great Parmesan Gourmet Cheese Crisps from Kitchen Table Bakers.  They are crisp baked rounds of delicious aged cheese. All of the Cheese Crisps are handmade. They are  Wheat Free, Gluten Free, Trans Fat Free, Sugar Free, Rich in Calcium and Protein, Naturally Low in Calories and Carbs.  Kitchen Table Bakers use only the highest quality aged cheeses and seasonings.

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They come in 8 great flavors.  Original Aged Parmesan Cheese, Sesame, Rosemary, Flax Seed, Garlic, Italian Herb, Jalapeno, and Everything.  I was sent the Original Aged Parmesan Cheese.  I loved them.  They were crispy and I ate them just by them self.

They would taste great on a “Caesar” Salad, a bowl of soup, or a glass of wine.  They were nice and sturdy so I think they would be get to use as a base for an appetizer ~ maybe some caramelized onions and grilled shrimp with garlic.  You could use them with gourmet dips and all kinds of toppings.

Hand Made All Parmesan Gourmet Cheese Crisps were created at home around the kitchen table in 2003.  They started making small batches and then soon started making larger batches to share with friends.  That was the beginning of  Kitchen Table Bakers.

 

You can find these great Gourmet Cheese Crisps through out the US at many specialty and gourmet stores. If you would like to order some online you can do so HERE and on Amazon.

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