Questions to Ask About Get Appetizers
Get appetizers. From walnut stuffed tomato, to warm pepper jam and eggplant pt, you’ll love these easy-to create recipes utilizing Mucci Farms produce. There are few things more perfect to me personally than simply aisle after simply aisle, bin after bin, and row after row of new make. They may be as common as the green peppers my father cultivates in his backyard or as rare as the tropics fruits we experience while traveling. Plain and simple, I love vegetables and fruits. This is why Im very happy to be heading into Anaheim for the Produce Marketing Associations New Summit later this week.
You may read about the growing practices, seeds and sustainability in our Farms section of their site. A week ago a dream box turned up in my doorway packed with Mucci Farms make from their Sapori Cocktail Tomato and Blended Flavors into Mini Eggplant, Bella Sweets mini sweet peppers and a spicy collection of Hot Shots mixed hot peppers. Once I obtained all this stunning, wonderful produce, first I’d to photograph it. Nothing seemed more suitable than a fresh party appetizers. Tis the season when we’re going to need some ideas up our sleeves into serve into friends or take along into a party.
Look no further. A small dab added just enough heat into a cracker scattered with goat cheese or topped with an aged white cheddar. Next up, those Mini Aubergines were begging into be roasted so I combined them with the gorgeous red Rustico Sweet Long Peppers into make an eggplant pt. At the top of the pt, a mixture of chopped Blended Flavors tomato and a little feta cheese. Baked until hot and bubbly, these small bites are seriously filled with flavor. Disclosure: That post was sponsored by Mucci Farms. As always, opinions and thoughts are my own. Thank you for letting me to share about a few of the great products and brands I work with that help make this blog possible.
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