Warm Goat Cheese

Warm Goat Cheese
  As I wait for winter to turn to spring, it’s great to think of simple, warm, little plates of food to make quickly for a last-minute visit from friends. This is delicious: what could be better than warm goat cheese, thin croutons of crusty pain au levain, a splash of olive oil, and a few sprigs of rosemary? Pop it in the oven and out comes a delicious molten cheese that is perfect to dip a spoon into and eat while it’s hot. This photo is perfectly Paris to me as the typical French windows and lattice work are a clear sign that we could be nowhere else on a cloudy winter day. What are your favorite quick recipes with warm cheese? Technical Details – Canon 1Ds Mark II, 100mm Macro Lens, F 2.8, 1/60 shutter speed, ASA 100.   For more photography by Clay McLachlan: Beyond the Bread Basket: Recipes for Appetizers, Main Courses, and Desserts by Eric Kayser, Clay McLachlan, and Yair Yosefi  French Cooking: Classic Recipes and Techniquesby Hubert Delorme, Vincent Boue, Clay McLachlan, and Paul BocuseEric Kayser’s New French Recipes by Eric Kayser, Yair Yosefi, and Clay McLachlan Take your own pictures on the iPod touch.

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