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Apricot Caramelized Onion Goat Cheese and Gruyere Flatbread

With the holidays around the corner, we are all prepping to host or head to parties. This Apricot Caramelized Onion Goat Cheese and Gruyere Flatbread is your answer to- what the heck should I make for this par-tay? It’s just a touch of sweet with lots of savory, on the perfectly portable vessel– flatbread! It’s super to share, easy to bring along, and convenient to make ahead (if you happen to host). 

Apricot Caramelized Onion Goat Cheese Flatbread

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Savory Brussels Sprouts with Zesty Goat Cheese #VegFlavorBible

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{This giveaway is sponsored by Karen & Andrew and their publisher, Little Brown & Company, I was compensated by product, a copy of the book, and all opinions are my own and uncoerced.} 

It is time for another giveaway -and this one is so cool.

I am super excited to be a part of this contest offering! The Vegetarian Flavor Bible is an amazing resource for everyone who enjoys fruits and vegetables of all sorts. The bountiful book has page after glorious page (554 of them to be exact) of incredibly useful information. From mushrooms to rutabagas, apricots to kale and almost anything else you can think of, each listed with useful informational tidbits like the flavor affinities (or flavor pairings that accentuate the flavor of the item), to techniques for the best way to cook them, their botanical relatives and nutritional profile, to name a few. Have an over abundance of a fruit or vegetable? Never used a certain green before? New to cooking with nectaries? Just flip to the page and see what pairs well with it for inspiration to create a whole new dish! That’s how I came up with these beauties. These Savory Brussels Sprouts with Zesty Goat Cheese are light, and a little zingy, with a just dash of tang. 

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Pumpkin Goat Cheese Spread with Caramelized Onions on Raincoast Crisps

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Autumn is one of my favorite times of the year to entertain. It is also my favorite time of year, in general. The rich, colorful fall flavors are so comforting and indulgent. I love the deep, rich hues of the season, outdoors and on my plate, they bring out the warm and fuzzies that make me want to get together with friends and family and serve up some seasonal scrumptiousness .

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