Have you ever tried roasting grapes? It brings out their
natural sweetness in a wonderful, unexpected way. Simply drizzle them with
olive oil, toss them with fresh thyme and roast them at 400 F for about 10
minutes; then serve them with blue cheese on slices of baguette for a
delightfully simple appetizer. Pairs well with Left Hand Brewing Milk Stout to
balance out the sweetness.
Look for the grapes in our produce department, the blue
cheese in our deli and baguette
in our bakery.
Okay, so with all the hate and the nonsense going about all I want to say is, YOU SHOULDN’T HATE ON SOMEONE BECAUSE OF HOW MUCH THEY LOVE A CHARACTER! Honestly, If you have an opinion that differs from them
According to my husband (2 weeks in, still feels weird & wonderful haha), this is probably the best thing that has come out of my kitchen. In fact, it’s so good that even though I would like to be able to tell you about shelf life, David doesn’t let them last more than a few hours! Don’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you, these chips are salty, creamy, crunchy, cheesy, basically everything you could want in a chip for just 7 calories a piece! I suggest making a big batch of them and storing 10-15 at a time in mini zip top bags so you can pack them for lunch or on the run! Each chip is about 2 inches in diameter.
These are really delicious to just snack on but here’s a few other also tasty ways to use them:
Broken up in salads
Dunked in soup, especially your favorite tomato soup!
On paninis (or gluten free paninis)
Tossed with your favorite pasta recipe
As a cracker for your favorite mixed salad (tomato + kalamatas + olive oil + a dash of balsamic glaze would be great!)