In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with crostini – mainly because bread and cheese are typically involved. This crostini is not only easy on the eyes, but it’s delicious, as well. The creamy ricotta paired with the buttery prosciutto and crispy garlic bread is a winning combo. This would make for a great appetizer or in my case, a delicious lunch. I couldn’t let these go to waste after photographing them!
Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a great weekend. I enjoyed a little LA staycation with my mom at the Andaz hotel. We spent the weekend relaxing, eating, gossiping and of course, consuming lots of wine! But unfortunately, it’s back to reality.
I’ve been wanting to feature these flakey and airy Gruyere cheese puffs ever since Andy made them while visiting home. They’re a great appetizer or side dish, delicious plain or when paired with a slice of fig or some fig spread (we bought our spread at Whole Foods).
Thank you so much, Paul, over at Sons of Thunder Patron for passing the Versatile Blogger Award to me!