Simple Appetizer Magic

Sometimes, the simplest of items help create the easiest, best dish. Take this for example…

Pear Appetizer Plate

Simple ingredients, allowed to do what they do best – that is: entice us to eat a small sampling to get our tummies ready for dinner! And this sure fit the bill, when our friends joined us to cook out on Labor Day.

Juicy, ripe pears sliced and wrapped with salty prosciutto then drizzled in honey….

Pear Appetizer Ready to Enjoy

See his little friend, the blue cheese? Yes, that’s just enough of a bite to really wake up your mouth with a jolt of flavor.

Did anyone notice the dried fig? Fresh ones are always our first choice, but since these were in the ‘fridge…well, you know…they did not want to be left out of the party!

A little puddle of balsamic glaze for good measure…..

Shall we dive in now, or just talk about it more??!!!?? Let’s eat!

Pear Appetizer Close up

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About Our Kitchen Inventions

Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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8 Responses to Simple Appetizer Magic

  1. Karen says:

    Simple things can let the flavors shine…perfect for entertaining. For sum reason my original comment didn’t go though. Hope all is well. 🙂

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  2. You really represented in best way, its looks simple delicious and yummy….

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  3. Absolutely perfect! Let’s just dive in now.

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