Sunday, September 4, 2011

Grilled Goat's Milk Brie Cheese, Prosciutto & Figlet Sandwich ~ with an Italian Red ~ Evening at Home

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I wish I could tell you we enjoyed these, Mini Grilled Sandwiches, while uncorking this Italian Red...

...leisurely boat watching ...along the Amalfi Coast.

But I can't.


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We were home.

          In New Jersey.

                      (with the kids.)

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We spent the morning...HERE

Then, after a series of errands, we returned home and (like so many weekends before) ...started to cook.

My husband was slow-cooking, Mustard and Bourbon Ribs on the grill... I was in charge of, "the appys..."

While we snacked away and sipped the wine...

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It was clear the Amalfi Coast...

...was going to have to wait.

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14 comments:

Toby said...

I think these pass for more than an appy. Slide the ribs down the table and let me at the figgy / hammy / cheese crusty thingys. They look wunnerful!

Care's Kitchen said...

Thanks Toby :) they were wonderful. Lots of "leftover ribs" tomorrow!!! xo

Aarthi said...

This looks absolutely yummy...I should try this soon...Thanks for the recipe dear...

Marc van der Wouw said...

Great looking sandwich...

Lea Ann said...

Almalfi Alschmalfi ... I want one of these little sandwiches now! They sound absolutely wonderful.

Mary said...

These look amazing! I will definitely have to try making them sometime

myfudo said...

What a sumptuous sandwich! It's truly a temptress.

Velva said...

Can we be neighbors? We would be great neighbors. Oh, the food we would enjoy.

This "appy"spread looks amazing. No doubt the ribs on the grill were amazing too.

Hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend.

Velva

Care's Kitchen said...

Velva - YES! We would make excellent neighbors! It could be very dangerous though... ;)

Karen said...

I'm with Toby...these could be my meal! Yum! I can just imagine how good these are paired with red wine. Looks like you're enjoying the long weekend!

peasepudding said...

sounds like the perfect evening in to me, Amalfi coast or not!

auntie fruf said...

Dreaming is part of enjoying good food with good friends and family. I will definitely be doing it this coming weekend. Adding a splash of housemade Limoncello will complete the trip to the Amalfi Coast. Thanks for sharing this tasty treat.

Tanya - Three Square Meals said...

So creamy and delicious looking! Might have to pick up some prosciutto this weekend! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

That bread looks amazing!