What’s piled up here? Day-old crusty Italian bread, a spicy cashew cream cheese, spinach, and roasted tomato that’s been punctured so the juice can drip into the bread.
This dish can be eaten as an appetizer or as a snack, depending on how much you make. It can be served at breakfast (while you’re waiting for pancakes) or at a party at night - just make sure it’s hot and fresh. I eat them straight off the pan, standing over the stove enjoying every last bite.
Spring is finally in full effect, and the farmer’s market stands sure show it. There were so many great-looking pieces of produce, and I went all purple.
This warm, fresh dish would be great to eat outside, or by an open, breezy window. Full of purple cabbage, purple asparagus, red onion, red radish, and peppered with rich seitan and cashew cheese, it’s sure to fill you up before a long bike ride.