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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Early Supper...

This is what I had for my supper tonight.  The only problem being it was about three hours before my actual dinner hour. YIKES!!!  Once I thought about making this I just couldn't wait.  That means around nine o'clock tonight I am going to be starving. Anyway, here's what I did.

Drizzled Extra Virgin Oil on Tuscan bread.  Grilled the bread until it was crisp and brown.  Spread with Mascarpone Cheese that was whipped with fresh strawberries, honey and light cream.  I then spread it on the grilled bread added a little more honey on top along with some diced walnuts.  Sooo delicious.

41 comments:

  1. You're making my mouth water! Sounds wonderful, and I'm sure so worth the midnight munchies to come later. ;)

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  2. Oh man what great looking stuff. I think I would have eaten the whole thing by myself. At least you took a picture. :) I looks so yummy!

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  3. Now that sounds good ... never had strawberries and ham together!
    xxx

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  4. Oh my goodness....why didn't you invite us all? Now if you were English....as is my mother-in-law...that would be your TEA. Go ahead and have supper at 9:))))

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  5. That looks so good! What a perfect dinner! :)

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  6. Oh my that looks so good. I never would have thought to use Marscapone on a brushetta. And with strawberries! I have to try this. Thanks!

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  7. This looks heavenly. Don't worry about munchies at 9:00, simply have some more.

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  8. oh my gosh...divine...now we both will be hungry!
    -xok.

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  9. Mmmmm, I've just finished supper and now you have made me hungry again. Boy that looks good!

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  10. Well, you know what they say . . . "life's short, eat dessert first!" This is an original recipe for your cookbook! And it looks so delicious! So, what did you have at 9:00 p.m.? LOL!!!

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  11. Yummy, I would like that for breakfast! Sounds really good.

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  12. oh wow!!!!....i think i would have had that and then...my actual supper!! hahaha or just second helpings! yum!!! :)

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  13. I love the combination; so far the strawberries we have been getting transported here are not good at all. Can't wait for the locals.
    Rita

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  14. WOWZA this looks amazing!
    -Suzanne

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  15. I couldn't have waited to eat it either!

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  16. That looks amazing! A perfect way to spoil dinner, I'd say!

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  17. THAT is pure awesomeness. Easy too!!...

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  18. That just looks so wicked!!!But healthy!
    Thanks for visiting and for your birthday wishes!
    Gill xx

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  19. Hi Susan!

    It was so nice to meet you in person today! Love your blog. The food looks delicious! Maybe we should have come to your house instead ; )

    Hope to see you again sometime.

    Sharon

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  20. Goodness you just made me hungry again!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  21. No wonder you couldn't wait, Susan.. it looks and sounds delicious.

    Happy Mothers Day.
    Hugs,
    Pam

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  22. Happy Mother's Day Mom :) I love you <3

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  23. WOW - that looks good!! I can see why you couldn't wait for dinner time!

    Sarah from The House That Ag Built

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  24. looks so great....

    loved my visit today...it's been way too long

    i always enjoy seeing your sidebar....love all of it...

    sending love,
    kary and teddy

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  25. Ok. Now that really DOES sound super delish.

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  26. What a splendid idea! This looks like something I would like, as opposed to the meat we had at lunch today. Hubby is a meat and potatos kind of guy - but this is right up my alley. :)

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  27. susan...i couldn't let the day pass by without stopping by to wish you a Happy Birthday, my friend


    sending love,
    kary and teddy

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  28. Susan, what an excellent way to use up some bread. And, in berry season, almost any berry can be added!! This is a nice supper for all summer; a way to keep the kitchen cool (not heating up the stove). And, another thing, Happy Birthday. Happy Year. Journey Joyfully. Peace. Brianne

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  29. Yummy! I just popped in from Mary's blog and I am glad I did. While I am here, I am going to sign up to follow you.

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  30. Looks and sounds utterly delicious!

    I've stopped here to wish you a happy birthday - of course I was pointed in your direction by Mary from Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes :-)

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  31. hap hap happy birthday woo hoo toot toot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  32. Yummy supper .... you could have had the same again at 9!!!!!!

    Happy Birthday.

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  33. firstly, happy birthday, but secondly I am so eating that tomorrow, breakfast, lunch or dinner I don't care, as long as its in my stomach.

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  34. This looks very delicious. I have some mascarpone cheese just waiting to be used up too... :)

    Happy Birthday!

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  35. Looks just delish! Happy belated!

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