Breakfast for dinner! You gotta have that every once in a while!
Appetizer: Pecorino Romano with Apples and Fig Jam. We all agreed that this appetizer was way too sweet. The pecorino romano is extremely salty so it was supposed to be a nice counterbalance to the fig jam but it was just too sugary to overcome.
Entree: Frittata with Smoked Cheese and Canadian Bacon. We had made this dish in the past and it was good enough that I decided to revisit it. Fabulous frittata, easy to make and it has everything that you need for breakfast.
Side Dish: Sauteed Green Beans with Pears. When I first saw this recipe, I thought, “What a weird combination.” Yep, I was right, it was weird because your green beans tasted like pears! My tastebuds and my brain really were thrown for a loop when I bit into a green bean. My brain says green bean but my tastebuds said pear.
Dessert: S’moreffles. This was a different take on your traditional S’more. Kim did have a bit of trouble with the graham cracker waffle cooking too quickly in certain areas. We think it may had to do with the type of waffle maker (I have a Belgian waffle maker). So, she improvised and baked them in the oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. Because she baked it in the oven, the graham cracker came out more cakey than crunchy so it was a bit too much graham cracker for me.