Baked Brie is the ultimate holiday appetizer, and this baked brie with warm honeyed grapes & walnuts from An Edible Mosaic just takes it to the next level. I’m not only going to make this for my next holiday party, I think I might eat it for breakfast on Christmas morning. It contains most of the major food groups so it’s a perfect healthy way to start your day, right?
Ok, so it might not be healthy, but the holidays are a time to indulge, and you should definitely start with some melty cheese topped with savory fruit and nuts. Baked brie can be an elegant appetizer, but it’s actually incredibly easy to make, and can be topped with a wide variety of fruits and nuts. ~Betsy
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Faith Gorsky is the writer, recipe developer, photographer, and food stylist behind the blog An Edible Mosaic. She was born, raised, and spent most of her life in Upstate New York, but she and her husband have also lived in Syria, Jordan, and most recently Kuwait; they now live in the Washington DC area. Faith loves to travel, especially to places steeped in rich culture and history. Her favorite thing to do is go into the kitchen hungry, open the fridge, and start creating; she also enjoys reading (cookbooks mostly), vintage shopping (especially in old markets), watching movies (of all genres), and is enamored with ancient cultures (especially Rome and Egypt). Her first cookbook, An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare with Extraordinary Flair (Tuttle Publishing; 2012), is a collection of authentic Middle Eastern recipes she learned from her Middle Eastern in-laws during her time spent living in the Middle East.