Darkness falls across the land
The midnite hour is close at hand
Creatures crawl in search of blood
To terrorize y’awl’s neighborhood
And whosoever shall be found
Without the soul for getting down
Must stand and face the hounds of hell
And rot inside a corpse’s shell
The foulest stench is in the air
The funk of forty thousand years
And grizzly ghouls from every tomb
Are closing in to seal your doom
And though you fight to stay alive
Your body starts to shiver
For no mere mortal can resist
The evil of the thriller
(Excerpted from Michael Jackson’s song ‘Thriller‘, performed by Vincent Price)
With Halloween about to turn the corner, I felt it was time to concoct a scary food combination. So I ask you: trick or treat? Pumpkin often tops the recipe charts, but with so much foodie competition for that cheerful colored squash I thought I’d take another tact. I’ll keep this brief, as I know most of you will be too fainthearted to dare try this bizarre combo.
This seemingly frightful combination is one I have managed to repeat three times this week, as it is sweet and savory perfection; even if it sounds a bit bizarre. Ghouls and Goblins, please meet ‘Figgy Piggy Sandwich’.
Figgy Piggy Sandwich
2 large slices bacon, thick cut
2 pieces honey sunflower bread, thin slices (or other crusty bread)
1/4 tsp butter
2 slices of brie, thick sliced
2 figs, washed and sliced into four
Take bacon slices and cut in half. Place bacon in a small pan on medium-high heat, turning occasionally. Cook until crispy. Remove from pan and place on plate with paper town to drain off fat. Set aside.
Butter two slices of bread and place brie on top. Top with warm bacon slices and then figs. Cover with second piece of bread. Serve and enjoy!
Makes 1 sandwich.
And for those of you that felt this post was a bit of a trick, well, stay tuned, and I’ll treat you to a second post this week IF YOU DARE to come back to this house of food experimentation.
2 Replies to “A Frightful Combination”
This sandwich is right up my alley. Wish I was there to share it with you.
I can see these flavors working together, though I’d need to swap something in for the brie for personal taste reasons 🙂
Happy Halloween my dear.
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