Posts tagged ‘brie’

May 12th, 2014

Roasted Turkey, Brie & Apple Butter Wrap

by Chrissy

Turkey Apple Brie Wrap_LYK4

For Mother’s Day weekend, although I wasn’t able to be with my Momma, I know she would have loved these tasty wraps. The smokey roasted turkey, and the sweet and tangy spiced apple butter spread remind me a little bit like the holidays and cooking in the kitchen together. The creamy brie and the crisp apple are the perfect fillings.

Turkey Apple Brie Wrap_LYK2

Now that I think of it, this is kind of like a cheese board wrapped up in a carb cloak. … Read more...

November 21st, 2012

Thanksgiving Meal Round-up: Desserts!

by Chrissy

Dessert is a valued item, which is absolutely necessary to end any great feast. Served with a hot pot of coffee, Spiced Cider, or just some more wine, here are some real winners…


Baked Brie Bites: Appetizer OR dessert, it doesn’t matter which one, just that they are included at your holiday meal.

Orange Zest Shortbread with Dark Chocolate Drizzle: Simple, elegant, absolutely delicious!

Spiced Wine-poached Pears with Nutella Mascarpone Filling: Fruity and decadent. These are ah-mazing.… Read more...

July 26th, 2012

Blackberry & Brie Burgers

by Chrissy

Blackberry & Brie Burger… say whaaa?

Let me paint you a quick picture…A few spoonfuls of fresh blackberry & basil mash, atop a creamy brie smothered burger, with a peppery crunch of arugula and a tangy hint of whole grain mustard. Yep, it’s for real.

Indulge immediately, it won’t stay on your plate long.

This is such an easy burger to prepare, and it will surely appeal to your fancier palate.

Not really, but I’d like to think it’s a … Read more...

June 6th, 2012

Roasted Cherry and Brie Pizza {with rosemary and caramelized onions}

by Lauren


Let’s talk about pizza. Specifically, fruit on pizza. It truly is the best thing since sliced bread.

Our friend Gio literally cringed at the thought of this beauty.

Apparently it’s a sin to complicate pizza so much in Italy. Apparently, we don’t really care.

It was totally worth sinning against the classical pizzas of Italy to indulge in this. Plus, adding a little straight-from the-gardenplanter fresh rosemary sort of makes up for it.


The sweet, sugary fruits with …