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I realize we’re inching our way into fall and today’s Roasted Red Pepper Labneh with Charred Corn has summer written all over it but I don’t care. I can still sit comfortably on my back patio, and corn is sweeter and more plentiful than ever. And even the calendar is behind me. It’s summer until the 22nd and if current temperatures persist, I’m not even willing to accept that date as summer’s end. I’m not going to go on the ever-trendy tirade against pumpkin spice because I like pumpkin spice and I’m not against anything people find joy in. But I would like to live in this summery moment a little longer. So let’s temporarily banish thoughts of Halloween and dig into this labneh.
On Instagram, I described today’s Garlic Labneh Flatbread as a clean-out-the-fridge meal. What I failed to mention, is my fridge is not like other people’s fridges. I’m not saying that to be a snob, I am merely pointing it out. It’s not uncommon for me to have garlic confit on hand because my job requires me to make such things. I’m not over-the-top organized by nature, and if I weren’t frequently paid to develop and shoot recipes, I would have such things at my fingertips. So, there’s no reason to feel bad about the state of your fridge in comparison to mine. I generally find myself in a desperate struggle to keep up with the contents of my fridge. So it’s not necessarily a state worthy of coveting. Okay, disclaimer over. Let’s talk about this Garlic Labneh Flatbread with Steak and Blood Oranges.
Ah, the cauliflower. Is there anything it can’t do? It’s the culinary understudy for so many things – rice, mashed potatoes, pizza dough, and even chicken wings. Or at least, that’s what Pinterest and the like will have you believe. There is no denying that the cauliflower is as magical as it appears but, let’s be honest, you won’t be mistaking it for a chicken anytime soon. No, the beauty of the cauliflower doesn’t lie in its ability to imitate, it lies in its ability to disappear. Shred-it, boil it, rice it, or fry it; unless you’re adding to a crudites platter, you’re probably doing everything in your power to conceal it. And you know what? That’s okay. The cauliflower is a blank slate, and that’s precisely why these Pomegranate Cauliflower Wings are so dang addictive.
Sorry, waffles but there’s a new brunch in town. Well, an old brunch, I suppose, but relatively new to me. Yes, I’m back with yet another labneh-rich delicacy. I tell you when I latch onto something, I bandwagon hard. When I discovered the considerable charms of labneh an embarrassingly short time ago, it hit me like a ton of delicious bricks. I’d been a lifelong fan of Tzatziki, so labneh fit me like an old shoe instantly and we’ve been inseparable ever since. If you want evidence of this deep affection, look here, here, and here. Really, this Savory Labneh Breakfast Bowl should come as a surprise to nobody. It was only a matter of time before labneh would creep into my morning routine.