Toasted provolone cheese with sliced tomatoes has become a favorite nibble around here. Served with fresh bread and a glass of your favorite adult beverage, it’s a delicious prelude to a meal or to enjoy with some of your favorite people.
Well, duh! I forgot to hit publish on this post and now it’s late. I think you all will forgive me when you try these toasts with pork tenderloin, blue cheese and orange. They’re amazing!
If you’re a guacamole fan you’ll love these quick to make avocado and bacon toasts. You’ll love these toasts as a snack or alongside a bowl of soup or salad. The most difficult part is not eating the bacon!
We’ve been featuring toasts lately, and there will be more to come in the future. I like them because I eat a lot of salads and beans. I mean a lot. But as much as I enjoy a good salad, sometimes the palate and the eye wants something different. Like chicken and pineapple toasts, or…
Sometimes when you’re inspired by a recipe you end up in a different place. That was the case for today’s dish of artichokes with orange and capers.
Do you love bold flavors? How about grilled chicken? You’ll love our garlicky chicken and pineapple toasts. They’re loaded with flavor!
One thing I really admire about Spanish food is the presentation. No matter how humble the food, it will be served in an attractive manner. The same is true for a very simple dish called lacón a la Gallega. It’s just ham and potatoes, but it’s always presented in an appealing way with a basket…
You’ll love to snack on these goat cheese toasts. They’re elegant, don’t take long to prepare and taste terrific! Toast up a batch today!
Yogurt cheese, or labneh, is one of those simplistically elegant things that’s at home smeared on a piece of flatbread or as part of an appetizer buffet. My version, inspired by Yotam Ottolenghi, is topped by a pistachio and pomegranate salsa and served with a simple tomato and red onion salad.
I shared a gazpacho recipe last summer when it was too hot to cook. This summer I’m sharing another cold soup called salmorejo which is similar to gazpacho. You might even call it a cousin. Both recipes call for tomatoes, onions, garlic and olive oil. Where the two soups diverge is in the added ingredients. When…