As always, in England, we have a few hot, sunny days and get all excited, and then the clouds, wind and rain burst through again.
Remaining optimistic for hot weather this week I have put a light bite meal of baked camembert on the menu.
Baked Camembert has become quite a popular dish the past few years in pubs and restaurants.
Easy and quick to prepare, the camembert is placed in the oven for about 10-15 minutes at 180° and served with crusty bread, usually on a slate or wooden board.
This is usually it, however, I spotted a gorgeous photo on pinterest this week with figs, pistachio nuts and pomegranate on top of the camembert and knew that was perfect for the café menu!
I was right, already it's been a great success, with 2 alternative toppings being served.
One version was topped with fresh, juicy peach, pistachio nuts, pomegranate seeds and my raspberry & strawberry ketchup served with crusty white baguette.
Is your mouth watering??
The second version was with fresh figs, passion fruit, pomegranate seeds, pistachio nuts topped with my tasty raspberry & strawberry ketchup.
Served on a rustic, wooden board with warm crusty baguette.
Which version is your favourite?
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