The Gift That Keeps On Giving

PrintThis weeks GMG Cook is Mary McLoud Tucker~ Mary writes, “That is a beautiful Valentine dessert ~ yes  ~ dare I say ~ sensual adult dessert.  My mind is twirling ~ if I can find that cheese in Annapolis ~ Valentine plans are done <3  Thanks Felicia ~ you served it up!”

Mary's photo

Mary, taking the time to snap this photo and send it into GMG made my day!  Every photo file I receive and open is a special gift that warms my heart. Thank you <3

Send us your photo of a Sista Felicia Recipe you make and be the next featured GMG Cook of the week.  Photos will be posted under Sista’s Dish~”The Gift That Keeps On Giving” once per week.

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6 Responses to The Gift That Keeps On Giving

  1. Great photo and Mary is a very nice person..

  2. It was delicious and thankfully a forgiving recipe. In Annapolis, I could not find the chocolate chèvre cheese. However regular chèvre was an easy purchase. I did find a chèvre based chocolate truffle recipe so I worked that up ~ rolled it into a log and chilled. The next day, after the chèvre was set firm ~ the dessert came together quickly. The strawberries soaked in the white balsamic and vanilla infused sugar ~ a delicious combination. Truly an easy and adult dessert ~ it pairs well with a dessert wine and all the compliments your guest will surely impart. Thank you Felicia ;)

  3. Dave Moore says:

    Well done there on the layout and I love the dish color the wisdom is showing of lessons learned Valentine day none-the less made from hand :-)

  4. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful presentation

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