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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Dine Fine 2 Starter : Baked Camembert

Also double tagged as SpiceStop : Rosemary

Not sure if this would be classified gourmet though, because it's so simple :) well some might argue and wrinkle their noses for being such a ponsy git, but hey, it's filed under the blog post "dine fine" tags so that's how far its qualification can go!

Anyway, rosemary is from the mint family, a perennial evergreen shrub, and this variety from the side garden has lavender (or is it pale blue?) flowers.

Take a camembert cheese, cut into half, place in a small ramekin, add a sprig of fresh rosemary (or a couple of slivers of chopped garlic, if preferred) and bake for around 30 minutes in a 200C oven middle rack (microwave on high for a couple of minutes, if in a rush!)

Serve with fresh veggie sticks (carrots, celery, maybe beetroot for that nice color) and steamed brocolli. If preferring to be a bit fancy, serve in a glass with ice cubes on the bottom, and fennel fronds.

Gourmet cheese dip ?


Suzie Sue Friday, September 23, 2011 2:23:00 AM  

I love this dish as a starter shared among friends. However, what do you reckon will work well as a main course to accompany this starter?

Cheers in advance :)

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