Goaty McGoatface
Monday November 20th 2017, 11:39 pm
Filed under: Food

(Title in reference to a certain research vessel.)

Milk Pail has every kind of cheese you could think of.

He came back with goat brie. Well okay, why not?

And so we tested that recipe. I generously buttered a pan, rolled a pound of frozen cherries in Bistro Blends fig balsamic (bought at Stitches back when one of their vendors was still selling there) and into the pan and threw it in the oven for about half an hour till tender. I covered the toast with the brie, shaved a little dark chocolate on, then covered every inch with half those cherries. Open face.

And back into the oven with you.

They came out bubbling and beautiful, just beautiful.

The remaining half pound of cherries in their–what shall we call it? Cherry gravy?–got thrown in the Cuisinart, where they turned into a fabulous marinade for I’m not sure what yet but trust me it will be. I’ll happily buy more cherries just to make more of that.

The sandwiches were not quite what I had originally expected given that extra tang in there. But yeah. We would definitely do that again. No artsy pictures here; they disappeared too fast.

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Those sandwiches sound wonderful! I like the idea of open face cooked in the oven – I wondered how to flip the sandwiches with all that extra yumminess on them.

Comment by Pegi 11.21.17 @ 4:35 am

It does sound delicious. Glad you enjoyed the meal!

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 11.21.17 @ 7:37 am

I am cat-and-goat sitting this weekend. The goats are Henry, Harvey, Bernie, and Bugsy. But I so want one of them to be called Goaty McGoatface.

Comment by LauraN 11.23.17 @ 6:58 pm

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