Thursday, November 1, 2012

Spinach & Feta Puffs {I HAVE MOVED TO ROSE & IVY JOURNAL!}


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Today I am sharing with you an unbelievably quick and savory dish, Spinach and Feta Puffs from the November issue of Bon Appetit (I could cook my way through the whole issue this month by the way).  Ever since we returned from Greece I have greatly welcomed the chance to incorporate both of these ingredients into as many recipes as possible.  These puffs are a take on Spanakopita, the wonderfully flaky Greek pastry made of phyllo dough, spinach and feta, but instead calls for puff pastry.  This is a great compliment to a soup or salad or would be a tasty appetizer to serve during an upcoming holiday party.  

On another note, I am super excited to announce that I will be contributing food and recipe posts for Meg Birman's new website (formerly Mimi + Meg). Stay tuned for my first post to be up in the middle of November and check out her amazing list of contributors here

A Few Things: It is best not to eat these as soon as they come out of the oven, although you will be incredibly tempted since they smell like heaven.  Let them sit for about fifteen minutes, as this is one appetizer that actually gets better when it cools off.
*All photographs by Alison 

23 comments:

  1. too stunning! I'm pinning the image as is so good and perfect! kisses! xo

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  2. Yum, these look sooo good! They look like great apps! xoxo

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  3. Oh my, these look so tasty! Great for parties!

    xo, Yi-chia

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  4. I saw these in the Nov issue and was DYING to try them (is it just me, or was everything in that issue absolutely delicious-sounding?). I'm glad they got your stamp of approval. I'll be trying them soon!

    Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

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  5. Congrats!!! I was going to email you yesterday as I saw you there!! SO exciting! ANd these look heavenly! YUM!

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    1. Thank you so much Albertina! I am really excited:)

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  6. wow this looks so delicious, want to eat it right now!:)
    xx Kate

    http://style-department.blogspot.com

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  7. Omg these look sooooo good! Love me some Greek food!

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  8. They look so delicious!!! Thank you for sharing the recipe - will be definitely making those soon. x

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  9. Looks very yummy !

    http://www.olastory.com/

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  10. Seriously?! I am starving right now & these are killing me.:) They look amazing!!
    xo, amy
    www.dreamingincashmere.com

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  11. wowwwww- those look insanely delectable! I Am TOTALLY genna make this! Yum! Thx for sharing!!!!!!!


    xx
    
Holly Foxen Wells

    GlamourMash

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  12. These are my favorite! Whenever I go to a greek restaurant, I always order the spanakopita..mmmmmm :)

    Now I'm really hungry, I better get back to my frozen dinner :(

    xo,
    Maya

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  13. I love every ingredient in this recipe!!! These look delish! xo, Julie
    www.fromproseccotoplaid.com

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  14. those look absolutely amazing! i love spinach... and feta, so i will be making these soon!

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  16. I keep scrolling up & down and don't see the recipe! Where can I find it? These do look amazing :)

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  17. Never mind I found the recipe by clicking on the link :)

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