Q: I received a BelGioioso Manteche cheese as part of a gift basket. Manteche is a mild provolone cheese shaped around a block of unsalted butter while the cheese is still warm. Over time, the provolone infuses the butter and thus becomes a deliciously decadent dairy product. The product website suggests that one pair the Manteche with fruit and crackers. A quick web search turned up little to no other information about how others use the cheese, which leads me to wonder if The Kitchn's ever-inventive staff and readers might be able to brainstorm some new uses. Thanks everyone!
Sent by Holly
Editor: Readers, suggestions for Holly? Have you tried Manteche cheese? What do you do with it?
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