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Broccoli Cheese Adjaruli Khachapuri: a Georgian Cheese Boat Filled with Creamy Cheesy Eggy Goodness

Broccoli Cheese Khachapuri

Maybe it’s because I’ve spelled Khachapuri incorrectly like 1000 times and google is totally stalking me because of it… but these Georgian eggy cheese boats are taking over all of my social media feeds! And since I couldn’t deal with the lack of deliciousness in my life, I decided to put my FOMO to rest and made one for myself my friends.

So what makes this magical dish so spesh? Imagine a flatbread mixed with a pizza mixed with a creamy soup-filled bread bowl. Khachapuri is basically the epitome of cheesy carby goodness with an egg on top. To eat it, you rip off the sides and use the crust to stir and scoop up the molten cheese that resides in the middle. It’s actually heaven in self-serving nacho form. Continue reading

Apple Picker’s Harvest Grilled Cheese made with brie, fresh apples, smoked ham, honey and fresh thyme butter

Apple Picker's Harvest Grilled Cheese made with brie, fresh apples, smoked ham, honey and fresh thyme butter

As you may know if you’ve been following me for a while, I absolutely adore fall! And even though it probably won’t feel like it down here in Florida for a few months, that doesn’t mean I’m not already in full spirit mode.

From fall scented candles to comfy sweaters and permanent sweat pants, I am all in. Continue reading

15 Totally Tempting Ways to Make Tramezzini – your favorite new Italian finger sandwich!

tramezzini - italian finger sandwiches

As you know, toast is trendy AF, but what about Tramezzini? Well, ummm what the heck are tramezzini you say? If you’ve never heard of these before, let me fill you in. In Italy, tramezzini are known as little finger sandwiches, sort of like the tea sandwiches we have here in the USA. Rather than boring fillings like egg salad and cucumber-cream cheese, these scrumptious little white bread encased sandies are filled with italian goodness like crispy prosciutto, parmesan and soft boiled egg. Sounds amazing, right?? THEY ARE! Continue reading