Elevate a festive winter dinner with recipes from a mountainside restaurant known for creative comfort food
Thomas J. Story
“Raclette” refers to both a nutty, fruity Swiss cheese and the dish that’s made with it—the hunk of cheese melted in front of a fireplace and the gooey top layer scraped off and eaten with boiled potatoes, pickles, bread, and sliced meats. Cloud Nine’s chef, Michael Johnston, recommends melting the raclette in the oven if you don’t have a fireplace; in a cast-iron skillet, it will stay melted for 15 minutes. To keep it oozy longer, set it on a warmer.
Recipe: Raclette (Melted Cheese)