This recipe came from The Food 52 Cookbook. I say the olives are the world’s greatest. They call the olives: Olive all ‘ Ascolana
Mix together the garlic, mustard seeds, rosemary and red pepper flakes.
Add the cheese.
Refrigerate the mixture for twenty minutes. Then stuff the olives. We tried stuffing a few mushrooms too. Okay, not “we”, Eric stuffed the mushrooms. I took the picture.
And finally the bread crumb parm combo.
Heat one cup of oil in a small pan on medium heat. Cook olives rotating once – about four minutes. Sprinkle extra parmesan on top. Let cool and enjoy. I could eat these every day.
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K.D. Rausin is a former teacher living in sunny Cape Coral, Florida. MYSTIC, her middle grade fantasy, and Elle & Buddy, her picture book, both feature strong female protagonists who use wheelchairs. Both books were inspired by her daughter, Arielle Rausin.
K.D. Rausin is a former teacher living in sunny Cape Coral, Florida. MYSTIC, her middle grade fantasy, and Elle & Buddy, her picture book, feature strong female protagonists who use wheelchairs. Both books were inspired by her daughter, Arielle Rausin.
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