I saw a recipe somewhere that had grated cheese, hmmm...
homemade italian bread rubbed with a garlic clove
topped with heirloom tomatoes, fresh basil,
garlic, olive oil, grated garna padano and s&p
oh, and the meringue was fun, but I was so nervous, that was the first time I tried something like that... I spread out maybe 1/3 of the meringue to seal the filling and then I used a Wilton 1M tip with the rest, s'okay right? I really could have gotten the meringue a bit stiffer though, I think... the peaks weren't as 'perfect' as I would have liked.... but then that's why you practice on your family HA!
Picking up on @flipflopgirl 's line of thought ...
I'll vote for Home-infused Cherry Vodka (I started with Smirnoff when it was on sale)
I served Cherry-tini as our signature drink, at a cocktail party we threw a few weeks ago in fact, utilizing the whole cherries as the garnish,
it was a huge hit.
I still have a pint left in the freezer Mimi, come on over!
YO my CT peeps! I haven't been around much, kinda under the weather so to speak...
so I toggled back over all of the photos of this thread, KAZOWIE! You guys rock it!
Busy, busy, busy today, so I found a coupla leftover provolone & pancetta stuffed chicken breasts that I had made a bit back and made these into hearty supper sandwiches on hard rolls, some lettuce and slice tomatoes.
A side salad, a hand full of kettle chips and dessert later this evening.