Friday, December 17, 2010

Day Three Hundred Eleven : Keeping it Simple GCF

Sometimes we all want something simple that does not involve a lot of prep work, that is easy and accessible and super delish. At this time of year where everyone is in overdrive at the office and busy with holiday parties, I decided let's suggest something simple that can be ready in ten minutes or less but is not cut short in terms of taste and still maintains a sense of holiday festivity!

Grab a nice crusty baguette and a hunk of Truffle Tremor. Truffle Tremor is Cypress Grove's aged goat's milk cheese that is infused with black truffle. The citrusy, lactic, brightness of the goat's milk is offset nicely by the earthy, musky, rustic notes of the black truffle. What else do you need? Toss a few sliced baby bella mushrooms in a saute pan with some EVOO, a shallot, aged balsamic vinegar, a dollop of dijon mustard, sea salt, black pepper, and rosemary and cover. Cook for about five to seven minutes over medium heat or until the mushrooms are golden brown. Remove from the pan and place on top of the cheese on the baguette. Top these with a few sprigs of arugula and toast away. Decadent, earthy, flavorful, and elegant. Perfect with a nice glass of Pinot Noir.

Enjoy your weekend folks!

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