This cheesy spinach bread has enough garlic in it to ward off an army of white walkers. And make your belly very happy. The whole wheat spent grain bread adds a little heft to add a little more nutrition to the mix.
This Feta Dip with Dates and Candied Honey Walnuts is perfect for a hot summer day and night. Everything about it, from the sharp, salty dip itself to the candied walnuts on top, is simple. And it’s delicious!
This Thanksgiving, Chris and I decided to be selfish. We packed our bags, dropped off Izzy at a doggie-daycare/boarding palace and drove north to Quebec City. When people asked why Canada, I joked we were house-hunting after the November 8th day of doom. I’m not getting into it here because though I feel incredibly passionate about…
This simple recipe was inspired by the French classic Leeks Vinaigrette. There is no marinating or chilling. They’re best served fresh out of the oven when the leeks are soft and buttery. I recommend serving these with a fork and knife rather than eat them as a finger food.
The croissant dough recipe (thanks Julia) is versatile and is a great canvas for just about anything you want to fill it with. Chocolate-Hazelnut, Blue Cheese-Honey, or Brie-Apple is a good place to start!
With a food as perfect as a fig, you need very little to enhance the flavor. The base is a thick slice of toasted or grilled sourdough bread, slathered with a good amount of salted butter. On top of that, there’s a healthy layer of Honey Chevre, sliced figs, and a sprinkle of fresh rosemary. Simple. Delicious.