It’s 2017! It’s been a while since we’ve chatted. Where has the thyme gone?! I’m back again with another Breadsense recipe for all you bread fanatics out there!
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This time of year calls for warm wool sweaters and baking all things squash. With autumn well under way, the cool weather demands a bowl of soup!
In need of a summer/autumn inspired appetizer for your next BBQ, tailgate, or bonfire? This grilled tomato bruschetta has got you covered. The beautiful charred grilled tomatoes are chopped up, mixed together with red onion, fresh basil, and vinegars, before being topped on some Aunt Millie’s Honey White bread and served immediately. Delicious!
Even though it’s summer, I don’t think there is ever a bad time to enjoy a bowl of bread pudding.
I discovered pesto butter a year or so ago. It was at this little, hole-in-the-wall burger joint about a fifteen-minute drive from my parents’ place. I’m not the biggest burger fan, so I had their grilled chicken sandwich with a cilantro feta pesto butter and it was outstanding! I went straight home and developed a recipe myself and since then I’ve been in love.
When I think of summer, I imagine the smell of smoke from the grill, perfectly sweetened iced tea, the sounds of a thousand grasshoppers, the blinking lights of a cluster of lightning bugs, and, of course, gooey, chocolaty s’mores.
The amount of times I hit snooze in a single morning is too numerous to count. I actually set my alarm an hour before I need to be up so I have a buffer to hit the snooze button five or six times. True fact. However, in developing this strawberry compote and honeyed mascarpone over toast recipe, I have discovered the cure to my loathing of early mornings.
St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us, but this savory beer cheese spread can be your next party’s show stopper no matter the occasion or dictated color of outerwear (green just isn’t my color). Are you in need of an easy but delicious game day dip? Requiring an impressive spread to serve at your next cocktail party? Or just want something smoky and cheesy to bite into shamelessly as a midnight snack (no judgment, we’re all friends here). If so, then this spread on toast recipe is for you
The weather is bone-chillingly cold (the typical tundra that is the Midwest) and that senseless groundhog never seems to see his shadow. The most important thing? Eating all the chocolate. And if you’re feeling like something extra special: pour that chocolate on some bread.