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I’m Going To Need The World’s Smallest Fanny Pack For This

I have something to tell you.

This little man is ours.

I know what you’re thinking: that we’re crazy to get another puppy.  Or we’re high off our neighbor’s insulation.

Or this website was okay until it turned into Diaries Of A Puppy Hoarder. 

I promise it won’t.  (But I call that title.  And the subsequent motion picture, in which I play myself and Javier Bardem plays Scott because the real Scott is knee-deep in puppies.  I also call the rights to Diaries Of A Puppy Hoarder, On Ice.)

But seriously– we’re stopping at two dogs, so it’s important that this one not grow up to be a criminal.

I met with a dog trainer about this.  She handed me a belt+leash situation and asked if I could attach the puppy to me at all times.  So I asked her if she was in the market for a puppy because I knew a couple who had one, and she was all, “you’re avoiding my question,” and I was all, “NO, YOU’RE AVOIDING MY QUESTION” and then she had to rush off because she forgot she had another appointment.

The belt is padded and beige.  It’s kind of like wearing a fanny pack around the house, except not as handy because unlike a fanny pack, I can’t zip a chapstick or a Walkman or Twizzlers into the dog.  Also, a real fanny pack doesn’t try to pee on you.

By the way, The Peeing Fanny Pack’s name is Seymour.  He’s 2 months old and weighs 10.1 pounds.

As soon as The Peeing Fanny Pack hits 20 pounds, I’m going to get an actual, tiny fanny pack for him to wear.  When the two of us walk down the street, it’s going to blow your mind. 

We think he’s mostly border collie, which means he’ll grow up to be really smart.  Like, smart enough to herd the laundry into a pile and then separate the whites from the darks.

(Update: Okay, I got all excited to try this after I wrote it so I put a bunch of laundry in the middle of the floor.  So far, he’s chewed on two socks. But they were matching socks, y’all.  Holla!)

Thunder was skeptical the day we brought Seymour home.

She really likes him now, though.  That’s a relief, because Thunder’s loneliness was a big part of our decision to get Seymour.  She seems so sad when my mom’s dog leaves and she doesn’t have anyone to play with but us.

We agonized about it for months and finally decided to get her a little bro.  And then I had several glasses of Chardonnay and crawled under the covers because I wasn’t sure it was the right decision.

Now that he’s settling in, I know that it was.  I’m really excited, actually.  But that first night, I was more confident about making a dinner tart out of random stuff in the fridge.

I found a sheet of puff pastry, some beets, a little log of goat cheese, and honey.

Also, nuts.

The tart was delicious, and so pretty.  We’ve been eating it for dinner with a salad.  It’s savory and just a tad sweet, but earthy sweet–not dessert-ish.

It serves four for lunch or as an appetizer, or two for dinner, or you can hoard it (what?), in which case it feeds one.

Goat Cheese & Beet Tart {Download & Print Recipe}

Ingredients:

4-5 small to medium-sized beets

a glug of olive oil

salt

1 sheet frozen puff pastry dough, thawed

1/2 c. goat cheese

1/2 c. sour cream

orange zest from 1/2 orange

honey for drizzling

a handful of walnuts, hazelnuts or pistachios

Directions:

Thaw the pastry dough on the counter or in the refrigerator per the instructions on the box.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Rinse the beets and discard any leaves.  Dry the beets with a paper towel.  Place them in the middle of a large sheet of tin foil.  Drizzle them with olive oil and sprinkle them with a dash of salt.  Fold the foil over the beets to make a package, rolling the edges to seal it completely closed.  Place the package, seam-side up, on a baking sheet and roast in the oven for 30-40 minutes until tender.

[If you will be using walnuts or hazelnuts, you can toast them on an ungreased baking sheet in the 350 degree oven while the beets cook.  (I prefer the stove top or in a toaster oven, where I can watch them easier.)  Watch them extremely carefully because it will only take a few minutes and they'll go to burned in no time.  Break them into smaller pieces after they've roasted.  I put them in a bowl and use the bottom of a thick glass to break them up a little.  If you're using roasted and salted (or just roasted) pistachios, you don't need to do this.]

When the beets are done, remove them from the oven and let them cool, but turn the oven up to 400 degrees.  Take the beets out of the package and rub the skins off with a paper towel or peel them with a vegetable peeler.

Cut the beets into 1/4″ rounds.

Cover the baking sheet with parchment paper.  Place the puff pastry dough on the parchment paper and roll it out a few times to make a rectangle.  Lightly score the dough along each edge with a fork.  Dip your finger in water and run water along the scored parts. Fold about 1/2″ of the dough in over the edges, pressing gently to adhere and make a shallow border.  Poke lots of holes in the bottom of the pastry with a fork.

Return the pastry to the freezer for 10 minutes. [This is important.  I tried it again without returning it to the freezer, and it didn't puff properly].

Bake the pastry at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes or until it’s browned and no longer translucent.  The pastry will probably puff up into a huge pillow even though you poked it with the fork.  That’s okay.  When you take it out of the oven, immediately work the air out of it by piercing it again with the fork and pushing the air out.  It’s okay if it the top of the middle part breaks a little bit.

While the puff pastry bakes, combine the goat cheese, sour cream, orange zest and 1/4 tsp. salt in a bowl.  Stir until it’s smooth.

Spread the goat cheese mixture over the puff pastry while the pastry is still warm.  Arrange the beet slices over the goat cheese mixture.  Drizzle generously with honey and sprinkle with the nuts.  Serve while still warm.

Note: If you don’t like goat cheese, you could make this just with sour cream.  You could also experiment and throw other roasted vegetables, or fruits, on there if you’re not a huge beet fan.

79 Comments Post a comment
  1. What a Cutie Pie – CONGRATS – Good Luck with Puppy Training – hopefully Thunder will help train the wee one too!!! Have a Wonderful Day:)

    June 20, 2012
    • Hey there–thanks! I’m glad you like him. He’s got spots on his back! Black or grey ones are popping up. It’s so cool. I think you’re right that he’s picking things up from Thunder. He went to the back door this morning and pawed at it when he wanted to go outside!

      June 21, 2012
  2. Ouida Lampert #

    Awww! You are a delight.

    June 20, 2012
    • You are too kind! I’m so honored that you took time to read the post in the first place.

      June 21, 2012
  3. Sweet babies!!

    June 20, 2012
    • Yeah, there is a lot of cuteness going on over here, Almost makes up for the fact that it smells like pee.

      June 21, 2012
  4. What a cute puppy! Thunder doesn’t look bothered by him. Congrats!

    June 20, 2012
    • Yeah, they’ve been playing a LOT. At first I thought he was bothering her and she was grabbing him too hard, but the dog training lady said they were being totally normal and Thunder was doing a great job at not crushing him when they played. So I’m more relaxed now. Also, his voice is hilarious because he’s so little–so the sounds that come out when they horse around are bizarre. It took me aback at first, but I’m getting used to it. :)

      June 21, 2012
  5. Blogger, Too #

    What does holla mean? (Thank you).

    June 20, 2012
    • I think of “holla!” as, like, “woot!” or “yay!” Maybe I should stick to “woot” and “yay,” actually. :)

      June 20, 2012
      • Blogger, Too #

        Enlightenment — Holla! My new favorite word.
        Enjoy your puppy and remember, remember: when Thunder gets new-baby-in-the-house syndrome, don’t say Blogger, Too didn’t warn you.

        June 20, 2012
        • Oh boy, if Thunder gets jealous of the wee one and starts eating the couch again out of spite, THERE ISN’T GOING TO BE THAT MUCH COUCH LEFT. Gah.

          June 21, 2012
      • Laura M. #

        I read your Holla loud and clear, Eggton. Also, one dog vs two dogs = not that much of a difference in time spent. Vet bills will definitley be more though.
        Congrats. :D Seymour is very adorable and looks extremely fluffy.

        June 20, 2012
        • Yeah, Laura, I’m rrrrrreally looking forward to the vet bills. Hopefully we’ve learned a few things, though. Seymour went to eat a berry that was in our back yard and I did a slow motion “nooooooooo!!!!” since Thunder already spent at night at an emergency vet’s office because of those damn berries.

          June 21, 2012
  6. Congratulations! Two dogs are happier than one. We did the same thing about two years ago, when my dog (mini Australian shepherd) had serious depression after his best friend moved away. He just moped all day and stared at me with big sad blue eyes. So we did our research and got a puppy (another mini Aussie, who turned into the dog from Hell and ate all of my shoes). However, they are both very happy animals– despite the unfortunate criminal tendencies of the younger. So, yay for you guys! And for Thunder and Seymour! (Hide your shoes.)

    Here are our babies: http://alturl.com/cph5c

    June 20, 2012
    • Vanessa, your aussies are gorgeous. Wow. I love Cobalt’s coloring (not that Jet isn’t a good-looking dog.) The shelter told us they thought Seymour was mostly aussie. Then we took him to the vet and she said she thought he was mostly border terrier, based on a picture of his sister (when she was alive. They all died except for him.) She was typical border collie with the black face and the white stripe. But he has these two brown spots on his cheeks, and he’s getting grey spots on his back. When I look at your dogs, I wonder if Seymour does have some aussie in him after all. What do you think? You got the younder one when it was a puppy, right?

      June 21, 2012
  7. Line for Puppy Hoarders on Ice starts behind me. I’m the one with a commemorative fanny pack stuffed with beets.

    June 20, 2012
    • Brooke, we’re going to need a marketing director–are you in? Good idea about the commemorative fanny pack. Maybe instead of “hat night” or “bobble head night,” we could give our commemorative fanny packs to the first 10,000 ticket holders.

      That’s right. TEN THOUSAND, I said.

      June 21, 2012
      • As long as “Marketing Director” is a capitalized title, I’m totally in. I think we are going to reintroduce the fanny pack craze. Our motto should be “Fanny Packs: Not Just for Lifeguards Anymore!” Or maybe, “Mall Security, Eat Your Heart Out!” I’m thinking we could get some celebrity endorsement on this…

        June 24, 2012
  8. Cute, cute, cute, cute, cute! I’m jealous. I really want another puppy. But we already have 2 cats, 2 dogs, and a baby on the way. So another dog would really be nuts. That said, Matt was gone all weekend. When he came home on Monday evening, I told him that I got him a present, and he looked one of the dogs, and said, “A little brother for him”? I think you may have some competition for a puppy hoarder…

    June 20, 2012
    • A baby on the way?!?!? Congratulations!! That’s so incredibly awesome. I’m really happy for you.

      We’re still taking care of my mom’s dog right now (just for the next few weeks), so we have three in the house this month. It’s INSANE. My mom’s dog is really well-behaved, but even so. The other day I had to leave the house and go for a drive so that I wouldn’t lose my mind.

      I’m so stoked for you. When are you due?

      June 21, 2012
  9. Jean #

    Seymour looks like Louisa! Someone told me that Blue Heelers are part Border Collie, so there you go. Congrats!

    June 20, 2012
    • Jean, I love me some Louisa (what a gorgeous dog– yeesh.) Aren’t you just so happy you got her?

      June 22, 2012
  10. Precious! But as far as the border collie: Rule Number One of Dog Ownership: Never get a dog who is smarter than you are. Have you taken a test? Has he? I know you said Scott is a rocket scientist, but is he a good one?

    And what is Seymour going to put in his fanny pack? I want details.

    June 20, 2012
    • HA! I don’t know if he IS a good one, now that you mention it. He still hasn’t invented an iPhone apps even though I KEEP ASKING HIM TO.

      Seymour’s going to put bon bons in his fanny pack. And an iPhone, because he’s going to be rolling in free iPhones once he invents that app.

      June 24, 2012
  11. hermosausaadmin #

    OMGoodness! Thunder & Seymour are so cute! If you’re high off the neighbor’s insulation, then I have a contact high from the pics! LOL The recipe looks delicious! Thank you for putting it in a PDF format for easy downloading & printing. I think you should get some good karma points for that one! ^_~ Congrats on your newest addition to your family, as well!

    June 20, 2012
    • They’re pretty adorable, right?! Thanks for the kind words. Hope all is well with you!

      June 23, 2012
  12. Oh. My. GOODNESS. I love him. I love him already. And I love Thunder. That will never change. No matter how many puppies you hoard. And I’m so, so excited about all of this. Also, it makes me feel less guilty that I’ll be visiting about 30 LAMBS on Friday without you. And a whole lot of grown up sheep. Dozens of ‘em. Because I was feeling kind of bad that you’d be missing out on all the lamb floof. I’LL BE IN A FENCED PEN WITH LAMBS. Also, that tart looks amazing and I want to rub my face on Seymour’s face and then massage Thunder’s feet. This comment is beginning to read like my Grandma Dyer’s conversations – she was all about telling stories (and I use that term loosely) in a stream of consciousness type format. Just jumping from one thing to the next. I’m going to school on Friday to get my uniform fitted! AHHHHHHH!

    I missed you so much when you were away.

    June 20, 2012
  13. juanitascocina #

    Do you ever look at him and say, “Feeeed me, Seeeymour…”

    No? Just wondering.

    June 20, 2012
  14. I think it’s just the opposite of crazy. Anybody who wouldn’t take that puppy home is crazy! Sooo cute! I can’t even say!

    June 20, 2012
    • Yeah, he’s getting even cuter, Linda! I swear he is! He’s learned to lick my hand instead of bite at it with his pointy little baby teeth. It’s kind of adorable.

      June 24, 2012
      • He sounds smarter than my husband! :D Take a whiff of that puppy breath for me!!!

        June 24, 2012
  15. Wendy #

    Grrrr…. where were you when I had beets for the last gazillion weeks? Beets are kind of a sore, scary subject for me. I get a share from an organic farm here, and they always put beets in the bag. I have had NO CLUE what to do with them and sadly, beet after beet bushel, they usually end up rotting in the very bottom of my crisper. I always feel super guilty about watching them just shrivel up and die, so I hide them under other veggies until they are almost unrecognizable. Oh, the guilt involved in letting an organic veggie grown straight from the local organic farm (where they probably sing to the plants and whatnot) is unbearable. Especially since I see these people every Tuesday afternoon, when I pick up my bag, and they usually add in a complimentary sunflower or purple cherokee tomato because they think I’m NICE. NICE? I’m a beet killer! I am a terrible person.

    But this recipe looks fabulous! My spring share has ended, and I doubt I will get beets with the summer share (thank GOD), but if I do ……. beet tart!

    Also – Seymour is FABULOUS! I have been dying to get Killer Popsicle a baby sister, but I know he would most likely shrivel up and die like a beet if we did something like that to him. He HATES other dogs.

    June 20, 2012
    • Wendy, you have the best stories. You really do. If I ever have an organic farm, I’m going to give it the tagline {we sing to the plants and whatnot}.

      I did not like beets until recently. A couple months ago I made a beet and orange salad from the New York Times cookbook and thought it was yucky. But I gave beets another shot, and I discovered that I like the flavor and smell of cooked yellow beets SO much more than the dark red ones. But I just got two eggplants in my CSA box and groaned. I’m a closet eggplant killer. But thankfully Scott goes to pick up the vegetables every week, and he’s got a better poker face than I do. :)

      June 24, 2012
      • Not to butt in here, but I know exactly what you can do with eggplant! It’s called moussaka and there just happens to be a delicious, scrumptious, and super yummy vegetarian version over on my blog. Also, it’s good.

        June 24, 2012
  16. Wendy #

    And I am seriously not joking … the ‘beet saga’ has been my scary monster-under-the-bed (except I guess it’s my monster-in-my crisper) that I keep covering up with organic purple carrots and dandelion micro-greens. Even my husband asked, ‘What’s this big mass in the bottom of the crisper?’, to which I replied, in a squeaky, guilty voice, ‘NOTHING!’

    Pass on any beet recipe you have and relieve me of my guilt!

    June 20, 2012
  17. I don’t think I will be able to visit your blog anymore now that you have TWO adorable dogs to take pictures of. You really do have a gift, you capture such expressiveness in them. Between the laughing and the painfully cute dogs and the gorgeous food I just don’t know if I can take it…

    June 20, 2012
    • Sue, thank you! But really–the only tricks that help me get dog pictures are snapping a lot of them (since most are bad) and patiently waiting until they’re still. SO many of the pictures come out blurry because they’re moving around!

      June 24, 2012
  18. Your dogs are super cute. And now I want to take more, and better, photos of my dog.

    June 20, 2012
    • Hello there! What kind of dog do you have?
      p.s. I love that both of our blogs are named after specific disasters we’ve had in the kitchen!

      June 24, 2012
  19. Your pictures are lovely… both of the pups and the grub.

    June 20, 2012
    • Nicole, I really like your photographs, so thanks for the comment.

      June 24, 2012
  20. Kristin #

    Really, you are a treat! Abosolutley an amazing work of God. Love your blog and can’t wait to try this recipe. Smooch the puppy for me.

    June 20, 2012
    • Kristin, thank you for the warm words– I did, in fact, smooch the puppy for you. He’s so darn smoochable.

      June 24, 2012
  21. How did you manage to score the two cutest dogs on the planet? Man, what wouldn’t i do for a puppy!

    June 20, 2012
    • Emma, we got so lucky! It was all about the timing and the fact that Scott was checking petfinder often for months. The day after we got back from Scotland, he heard about Seymour, and we locked it down pretty quickly!

      June 24, 2012
  22. Stephanie #

    Came over here from Movita’s post because I can’t stand to miss any puppy cuteness. I fell absolutely in love with Seymour’s little puppy face! Two dogs are definitely the way to go. Until I got my current two, I’d always had one at a time. Now I’d never have less than two. Well, to keep from seeming like a hoarder, I say my dog, Sarah, has a dog named Molly. Best of luck! I’m not a beet fan, but I bet that tart would be awesome with figs!

    June 20, 2012
    • Stephanie #

      And the belt/leash thing is great. Especially if you like being “the favorite.” My dogs always follow and listen to me rather than my husband. :)

      June 20, 2012
    • Ah figs! It would be even better with figs. One of my favorite things in the world!

      I’m so glad you wandered here because of movita. I think her writing is amazing.

      As for two dogs, it’s only been a week and already it’s clear to me that it’s easier than having one dog in a lot of ways. And because my mom’s dog is visiting for a few weeks, there’s a little pack of dogs following me everywhere. It’s pretty hilarious.

      June 24, 2012
  23. a #

    Seymour is adorable! I hope Thunder continues to like him. When I got company for my terrier, she was not terribly pleased. But she did spend all her time trying to lick the mites/infection/whatever from the new guys ears. So I guess we can call it mothering.

    Also, THAT’s what you have in your refrigerator? I have ketchup and old apples.

    June 20, 2012
  24. muahhahahahahahah – as someone with 4 dogs I cannot give you crap about being a puppy hoarder – but I do recognize this slippery slope LOL
    They are like Pringles – you can’t have just one! Anyway welcome to my world and enjoy your multi dog household – hide your shoes – really!

    June 20, 2012
  25. Amy #

    O.M.G. That is the cutest puppy!!! He and Thunder will get along just fine being that they share the experience of what it feels like to go through life being so adorable.

    Also, you’re not fooling me. I know you got a Border Collie in the hopes that he will somehow bring you a sheep. It could definitely work. Let me know how his herding training goes.

    June 20, 2012
  26. Camille (the other one) #

    *Oh my stinkin’ aching back…now look at what you’ve gone and done. *(Said while squealing and making grabby hands) Seymour is adorable, and for pete’s sake, he even has freckled toesy toes. I predict he is going to drive you absolutely nuts. I cannot wait. Send dear Thunder my love and tell her for me that she’s never looked better.

    June 20, 2012
  27. Cute! Adorable! As if Thunder hadn’t won me over completely, now Seymour is getting right up there on my puppies to swoon over list. You’re going to have so much fun, not just with him but also seeing Thunder enjoy (and possibly boss around) her new little brother. And by the way, that beet tart? Mmmm, must try!

    June 20, 2012
  28. shannon #

    that sweet puppy is TOO CUTE. look at that sweet face. poor Thunder; she doesn’t know what she’s in for.

    and if we’re laying claim to titles, i call the phrase “Also, nuts” because if and when i start another blog, it should probably be (appropriately) titled “also, nuts.” there’s so many ways to read that; “Also, (i am) nuts,” “also, (there will be) nuts,” the possibilities are endless.

    you are ingenious with this tart. scavenging in ones own pantry is so much fun, and i love what you put together. And, that is the prettiest, most serene photo of also nuts i’ve ever seen.

    June 20, 2012
  29. Dione #

    Oh she is so pretty! I can’t wait to see what happens with a new puppy in your family.
    I just discovered your blog two days ago and went back and read a few months of posts. You had me laughing and smiling and drooling over your recipes. You are bookmarked and I look forward to every post!

    June 21, 2012
  30. Seymour is absoloutely gorgeous!! Congratulations!! :-)

    June 21, 2012
  31. ARGH

    June 21, 2012
  32. LOVELOVE! Adorable pic of the puppy and Thunder and, of course, the tart! HOLLA :)

    June 21, 2012
  33. That tarte looks amazing. And, good luck with the new family member…that is one very fortunate pup.

    June 21, 2012
  34. Border Collies *are* really smart and will get *really* naughty if you don’t give them enough to do. Formal schooling is a must. I predict Seymour will start herding Thunder soon. I can’t *wait* for those pictures!

    June 21, 2012
  35. OH MY DAWG!!!!

    How old is Thunder? I’m six and I don’t think I could stand a bro or sister. But, the peeps worry about me being lonely.

    Seymour’s the cutest thing!!! No wait….Thunder’s the cutest thing! No wait… uh….hard to say. Let ‘em eat beets.

    Aroooo, Stuart

    June 21, 2012
  36. Rest easy you made the right choice with Seymour. We got a second dog and I can’t imagine life any other way – they are best pals… Brothers in Arms at devouring Birkenstocks. I think that’s all in the past now. (Please universe!)
    Excellent concoction of random stuff out of the fridge. Can you believe in Australia there is a best selling series of books called 4 ingredients?! Seriously each recipe has only 4 things. Crazy!! It does make you worry for the future. I mean bun, sausage, sauce and cheese. It’s not rocket science. Scott would know. My favourite knock knock joke is about Scott. Speaking of Scott. What a great trip to Scotland, quirky hog wart fans aside.

    June 21, 2012
  37. Amy #

    I found you through http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com – I must say, I made a great life choice when I clicked on that link. Not only do you write about food, but the first thing I see is a baby Border collie?! Come on! Seymour is scandalously cute. Border collies are great dogs – I had one for 10 years and she was amazing. Looking forward to reading of his antics! And Thunder is precious also :)

    June 21, 2012
  38. Emilie #

    CUTE! If you think he might be part border collie, you should read “Katz on Dogs” or anything by Jon Katz. We have two dogs, and they are definitely much happier together. When our first dog, Porter, was a puppy we got tons of exercise walking him, hiking, swimming…But since we now have a really large, fenced yard, and two dogs, we are rarely guilted into walking them, so they are always dying to go someplace, and we hardly get any exercise :)

    June 21, 2012
  39. SO FUZZY! We have a cattle dog and he is smart enough to pretend not to understand English, but only when it suits him. Otherwise he is freaking psychic and completely fluent. Good luck!

    June 21, 2012
  40. dlvanveelen #

    Okay, so Seymour is the cutest puppy EVER!!! Puppies are so much work, and I don’t envy you…but they are SOOOOOO WORTH IT!

    P.S. That tart looks amazing. yummy yummy. I think I will hoard.

    June 21, 2012
  41. Seymour is absolutely adorable! I’d be swayed to take him home.

    Childhood memories of disgusting beets vaporized after seeing them on the tart… I kid you not, I’ve not even attempted to eat one in almost 40 years. I am convinced they should be given another try.

    June 22, 2012
  42. Totally cute…and little sweet puppy breath too I hope. I’m wondering if that fanny pack is waterproof.
    Have fun with him… they grow so fast!

    June 22, 2012
  43. This post is so full of awesomeness I don’t even know where to begin. Congratulations on the new addition to your family!

    June 22, 2012
  44. Anna #

    Congrats on the new baby! He has such a sweet face.

    June 23, 2012
  45. The Cosy Creative #

    So cute and what beautiful pictures. I keep dreaming of having my own house one day where I will have an italian greyhound that is best friends with a rescue cat so I can relate to the wanting to fill the house with animals sentiment, they are just great.

    June 23, 2012
  46. Seymour!!! I love him! My Bailey is mostly Border Collie, & he’s super smart. He picks up new words like that! I think we panicked on occasion for the first year, but it all worked out, and our poodle mix Charlie has a companion. They’re truly brothers. Btw I’ve been reading your blog for some time. I love it, & I don’t even cook — I just look at the pretty pictures! Plus, you make me laugh.

    June 23, 2012
  47. Xanadu #

    I made this tart tonight. It was delicious! You weren’t kidding when you said to add the honey generously. I don’t think I used quite enough. If I were to make it again I think I would also squeeze half the orange and mix the honey directly into the goat cheese spread. This was still a simple and wonderful recipe. I love having a few go-to vegetarian recipes and this will certainly be one of them from now on!

    June 23, 2012
  48. Amy #

    YAY for more puppies! So pleased Thunder has a playmate now.

    June 24, 2012
  49. PUPPIES!!!!! Woohooo! I love me some puppy breath! Sigh! Congrats on your newest addition! He looks so sweet. <3!

    June 28, 2012

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