Move over, baked feta! This simple one-dish meal features baked fresh goat cheese, plus chickpeas, broccoli, briny olives, and spicy Peppadews. This can be eaten on its own, spooned into a warm pita, or dipped into with crusty bread. You could even use it to top cooked pasta. The combination of the tangy, creamy goat cheese paired with generous amounts of garlic and herbs makes for the best-tasting (and smelling) dish to enjoy any night you have a craving for cheese. —Marissa Mullen
Marissa Mullen is a Brooklyn-based food stylist, recipe developer, photographer and cheese lover. She is the founder of That Cheese Plate and creator of the Cheese By Numbers method. She is also the author of the best-selling cookbook, That Cheese Plate Will Change Your Life, a step-by-step styling guide for crafting beautiful and delicious cheese plates as a form of creative expression. Featured on The Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, Business Insider, Vox among others, Marissa is dedicated to bringing people together through creativity, food and entertainment.