Thursday, December 16, 2010

Find Me Here: Spinach & Cheese Stuffed Focaccia & The Radio


Did you know that I have a guest post up on What's For Dinner? -- a food blog written by Miss Mara? Well, I do. I made some delicious Spinach & Cheese Stuffed Focaccia and waxed poetic about homemade bread. In fact, I think it's some of my best writing to date. One would think I would save that stuff for myself, but I'm a generous person. And in case you're wondering, which you should be, the salt used to top the focaccia was none other than Salty Seattle salt, distilled from the shores of Washington by Linda herself. Perfection. Anyway, check out the post and Mara's blog if you haven't. Leave a little comment love as well.


I'm also going to be on Chow & Chatter's radio show tomorrow (Friday, December 17th) at 8:30PM Eastern participating in a chat about holiday food. I'll obviously be focusing on Chanukah.


For your convenience, I'm also adding my usual printable recipe link below.

7 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

can't wait to have you on the show :-) hugs Rebecca

ravienomnoms said...

Wow, that looks fantastic!

baking.serendipity said...

This focaccia looks delicious! I love the addition of spinach :)

sara @ CaffeIna said...

That's cool! Lots of great news and good food! I saw you @What's for dinner. I just did not have time to catch up will all the commenting this week.

Sandra said...

Great recipe and good news. Congratulations.

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Kita said...

Oh this is a combo I could love. Focaccia and spinach mmm.

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