Vegetarianized shares a recipe for mushroom leek strata.
I first learned about strata from my stepmom. Kind of like bread pudding, but with more eggs, and you put it all together, refrigerate overnight and bake in the morning for an easy brunch dish kind of like a savory French toast. For me the name evoked an old world Italian dish, but turns out it's an American creation first mentioned in a 1902 cookbook. An easy dish to feed the family crowd coming for Thanksgiving.
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Cavegrrl gives thanks and savors prosecco.
The title of this post is a little misleading because besides prosecco, I'd like to talk about something I have seen on some of my Facebook friends' pages. Each day so far in November, they have listed something/someone for which/whom they are thankful. I'd like to do that in this post I will play a little catch-up since it's already Nov. 5 and then follow that by letting you know about a great prosecco Andy and I tried yesterday.
Read more: http://cavegrrl.com
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