Hey there! Week 2 of Whacchoo Bloggin’ Bout. Just a complilation of yummy dishes and desserts I bumped into this week while surfing the web. I hope you enjoy in the near future. Leggoo!!
Winter Panzanella – I think I might name my daughter, Panzanella. Sounds like a cute name, not as stripperish as, “Paprika.” Kelly from, “Just a Taste” likes to keep things light without feeding you cardboard and this winter bread salad looks beautiful. Bookmark this for the first cold day of fall/winter. Or not, this is great for the last days of summer.(Click through the site and find the homemade mango fruit roll-up!)
Prosciutto and Fig Pizza with Arugula – Martha and Jack from, “Family Feast” really made our mouth water with this recipe, especially since fig has been our obsession this week and prosciutto has been our obsession this life. The culinary duo also gives me hope that Meat and Paprika won’t end in a horrible divorce with all the competition in our kitchen. Plus, fellow New Englanders will always get a shout out on this site especially on this holiday. (Patriots Opening Day.)
Croissants with Honey Roasted Fig, Prosciutto and Poppy Seed Cream Cheese - Oh hey look, more Fig. More prosciutto. What a surprise?! Not a surprise. This Fig and prosciutto inspired recipe comes in the form of a croissant sandwich with poppy seed cream cheese from the kitchen of Antonia at , “Health Inspirations.” Honey roasted fig and poppy seed cream cheese sounds like a great party snack but stuff it in a croissant with Italian meats and other yummy toppings, Whoa! Pour yourself a tall glass of water, get yourself hydrated and click through this motivational food blog.
Short Rib and Ricotta Gnocchi - Ya, so then there’s this. I’m not gonna ruin this delicious dish with my corny word illustrations like, “You had me at short rib.” I’ll just let the hot selfies that the ricotta gnocchi took to do all the talking. Erika from “Hopeless Housewife” made me very hopeful that this will be in my belly at some point this week. You might remember her from the show, “The Taste” but I remember her from the first time I laid eyes on this recipe. And Erika insists, this is a very simple recipe so check it out. Now!
Meat & Paprika