We’ve been working so very hard on the business these days and it is growing so much, so blessed by the fruit of our works. We know that God’s fingerprints are in all the little details of our lives; we are His artwork and His masterpiece.
To be quite honest, lately I have been feeling a bit down and a bit uninspired with life; these feelings are unrelated to my cooking and recovery but more so related to my daily living and activities I am not participating in. I’m not going to church enough; I haven’t been painting as much as usual, and some days I forget to go outside for a good run or jog. I’ve been working out hardcore and somehow I still feel that I should be doing more.
I want to kayak more, which I love, and I want to explore my new city more. I want to expand my mental capacity so much so that I may take a class in my local community college. I just want to know more, I want to experience more, and then I can share more with the world.
Onto the succulent Stuffed Mushrooms that these bad boys are. They are so naughty that I burnt the shit out of my arm taking these out of the oven. My arm literally got stuck to the oven and I had to pull my arm off the oven. Well, I did not exactly need to but I mean MY ARM WAS STUCK TO THE FREAKING OVEN! I haven’t gotten burned cooking in ever so long.
I also dropped a significant amount of liquid into the oven that I have yet to clean because I have never cleaned an oven before. Have you ever cleaned your oven? I have been reading all about it and I keep coming across a “vinegar and baking soda” mixture that is supposed to do the trick. If you’ve all been reading my blog for a while, you know how much I hate vinegar so that isn’t an option.
Back to the mushies! Something about soft pitted prunes and crumbled gorgonzola cheese stuffed into mushroom caps is just so fancy schmancy. I dream of having a party with nicely dressed servers with dishes held just below their shoulder with these on a perfectly shiny silver platter. The sweet creaminess of the prunes and savory melted gorgonzola cheese is the perfect combination on any given day. Forget anything else I have to say; scroll down and get this recipe.
Stuffed Mushrooms: Prune + Gorgonzola
This decadent Stuffed Mushrooms dish of hors d'oeuvres takes it to the top notch infused with Prune + Gorgonzola.
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 30 mins
Total time: 40 mins
Preheat oven to 350° F.
Pulse prune and gorgonzola in the food processor until crumbly.
Remove stem from mushrooms. Pack each mushroom with prune and gorgonzola mixture.
Lightly spray a baking sheet with coconut oil. Place mushrooms on baking sheet with about an inch distance from each other. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes.
Remove from oven. Allow to cool for 5 minutes.
Serve on a nice platter.