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Roasted Riesling Peaches and Haloumi

Notes:

Riesling is a German white wine ranging from dry to very sweet. I like a medium to sweet variety in this recipe.

Haloumi is a Cypriot cheese made with goat's and/or sheep's milk. It is rather salty and has a high melting point, which helps it stand up to the broiler. You can find haloumi at specialty cheese shops, but some grocers with cheese departments may carry it, too. In a pinch, Mexican frying cheese can be substituted.

All broilers are different, so keep an eye on the cheese while you broil.

Leftover peaches and syrup may be refrigerated, but the cheese is best eaten as soon as it's broiled.

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