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Drunk Date with Brie

 I love the sweetness of the dates with the bitter brie.  These were a bit of an experiment, however much loved last night.


5 organic medjool dates
1 tbsp butter
2 tbsp Grand Marnier
1/8 tsp nutmeg
1 wedge of brie
wheat entertaining crackers

Directions:

Remove and chop dates. Place in a small skillet with butter, Grand Marnier, and nutmeg.  Over low heat, stir until butter is absorbed.  Place lid on skillet and leave for 3 to 5 minutes, until dates are softened.

Slice brie and place on crackers, top with some of the warm drunken dates. Serve.











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  • Yellow Nuts
  • Blue  Soy
  • Red Eggs
  • Orange Fish



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  2. These sound delish! I'm going to try them next time I have friends over. Thanks! :)

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