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Top this creamy Italian cheese with local fruit and nuts for a tasty, elegant snack
Burrata is one of my favourite cheeses right now. My partner Kim and I always have it in our fridge at home. Burrata has a tender outer layer made from mozzarella, and it’s filled with a soft, stringy curd and fresh cream. It is rich and creamy, and a hit with our kids as well.
I always like to keep stewed rhubarb and other compotes in my freezer. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a cheese board and delicious on ice cream as well. If you have company show up unexpectedly and you want to put together a quick snack, it is great to have on hand.
In this recipe, I wanted to showcase B.C.-grown products and pair them with a delicious Italian cheese. I like to serve this dish with warm grilled bread, but your favourite cracker will work as well. I garnish it with tender herbs and some edible flowers, which are completely optional.