Everyone who comes to our house for dinner or shows up on-set to one of our studio shoot knows that we aren’t kidding when we say “come hungry”. Last week we had clients come to one of our shoots and as always, we give them basic directions, map, call-time info. In that email also said, “come hungry”. Even our neighbors who come over for dinner ask what they can bring. We tell them to “bring an appetite”.
Yes, we’re slightly obsessed with cooking and feeding and we’re even more guilty of having way too many courses. We just can’t help it. We love to feed and it’s our way of showing we that we care. The way we see it is that everyone can bring the leftovers home and they don’t have to cook for a day, or two, or three depending on how ambitious we were in the kitchen. We’re bad, we know and again, we just can’t help it.
When we were working on our cookbook, Bountiful, a few summers ago, there were days of photographing in the backyard with friends and family. It was hard to figure out what recipes to actually cook for the interior photos of the book but one recipe that stood out was this wonderful baked cherry tomato, goat cheese and ricotta dip.
This baked hot cheese dip is one of those recipes that everyone loves over and over again. Add a glass of wine (or two) with this dip and it can be a complete dinner for anyone who loves cheese.
As always, we told everyone to come hungry because we made a triple batch of this dip to feed the masses. There we go again, making triple batches of food. In this case, there weren’t any leftovers of this dip because it was THAT good.
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Post tags: Appetizers, Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes, Dips, Goat Cheese, Heirloom Tomatoes, Ricotta, Tomatoes
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