|made with Strawberry Fruit Spread from Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum|
This is a great brunch appetizer, snack or dessert.
Drizzle of Olive Oil
Goat Cheese Crumbles
Thai basil is a peppery, anaise-flavored version of basil with smaller, deep green leaves and purple-hued stems. The flowers make a nice garnish and are edible as well.
For this recipe, regular basil or fresh sage works great too.
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life
It is very hot and dry here…We have had an abundance of fine fruit so far this season. Cherries, berries, plums and early peaches but the dryness is affecting the apples and everyone’s disposition.—Mary Pfeiffer, July 1933 (in a letter to her daughter Pauline and son-in-law Ernest Hemingway in Key West…)
Dorothy Johnson says
Very nice combination of photography, recipe, and Hemingway-Pfeiffer quotes! Well done.