Sunday, December 7, 2008

You got it, Rosemary!!

Want a good gift for someone who likes to cook? The 'tree' in my last post was a rosemary plant, given to me by my awesome mom at thanksgiving :) How thoughtful! I knew I'd have to put it to good use, and the first thing I used it for was a Rosemary Flatbread w/Grapes, Gorgonzola & Honey. I cut the recipe in half and used white whole wheat flour and some vital wheat gluten instead of white bread flour. The dough smelled great, and it really was a great combination of flavors!! Here's a small slice...


... which didn't suffice :) Definately went back for more! Look for more rosemary in the weeks to come!

on the stone

32 comments:

ashley (sweetandnatural) said...

Ahh - gorgonzola, grapes and honey are an amazing combo! Looks delicious!

VeggieGirl said...

Oooh, looks lovely!!

Reeni said...

I bet that tree smells fantastic! Your flatbread looks so delicious, what a great combo!

Erica said...

That looks great! I got a rosemary tree today too :)

Erin of Care to Eat said...

I hope you run your hands all over that tree!

doggybloggy said...

wow - I dont know when I would like this best - breakfast, lunch and dinner

GroundedFitness said...

Dang i was wrong about the plant :(

That is a great gift idea though!

Kelly Turner
www.groundedfitness.com

Balance, Joy and Delicias! said...

wooooooooo......i've never thought that's rosemary tree.....great gift!!!

loveofoats.com said...

what a great flavor combo!

Esi said...

Love this combo. I just made a rosemary focaccia today.

Meg said...

That flatbread looks amazing! Yummy flavor!

Fitnessista said...

what a unique combination! looks INCREDIBLE!

Elina said...

Wow - this looks amazing!!!

NeverSayDiet said...

grapes on pizza? I never heard of that but now it sounds so yummy!

Maria said...

Looks super scrumptious!

Melissa said...

That looks and sounds fabulous!
You mentioned wanting a curry recipe- you should try my Sweet Potato Curry. There is a link for it on my blog. It is very easy to make, slightly spicy, and very good!

Rose said...

whoa... that looks really good.

seejessrun said...

Oh wow, that looks so good! Also, good use of rhyming in your post.

I made the pumpkin butter recipe that you posted awhile back, and it's great! I'll be posting it on my blog sometime this week. I was going to post it today, but I already have 3 posts up and I need a better pic for it anyway. Thanks!

sunita said...

What a thoughtful gift from your mom...and you've put it to such good use :-)

MacDuff said...

Oh SNAP this looks good...

runningwithfood.com said...

What a fabulous combination! So fun and different - love it!!

healthy ashley said...

How perfect does this recipe look?! What a combo! I love your posts. I definitely took down this recipe!

David Grotto, RD, LDN said...

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Kevin said...

I like the sound of the grape and gorgonzola combo! I never would have thought to bake grapes on flatbread like that but it sounds really good.

Lisa said...

I will have to try this. It looks so great.

Darius T. Williams said...

Wow - I'd definitely love to try this combo!

-DTW
www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

magpie said...

OMG, the grapes look absolutely divine. What an awesome combo! You are talented girl :)

MizFit said...

Im jealous of your low key christmas. around here it was supposed to be MELLLOW since we dont celebrate it but BINGBANGBOOM the inlaws (who DO) are coming :)

lauren said...

i have never heard of this combo before now, but it sounds and looks delish!

Rosiecat said...

You can put my slice in the mail, please. I'll be waiting at my mailbox with a napkin :-)

A rosemary tree! Groovy!

Tina said...

What a yummy pizza idea!!!!!

Katy said...

that sounds amazing! my perfect flavor combo.

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