I was wandering through the grocery store yesterday minding my own business when the guy from the Murray Cheese bar in Kroger literally chased me down to taste the goat cheese he was sampling. I tried to decline, because I'm not always fond of goat cheese. It was on a lovely cracker, though, and topped with a drizzle of honey. In general, I do like cheese (a lot) so I decided to give it a try. It was really good and, of course, I rushed right over to grab a wedge. I have to confess that this is not the first time this has happened to me. I guess those Murray Cheese guys can spot a sucker from a mile away.
I wanted Michael to taste my new find, so I offered him a snack. He thanked me for my offer and explained that he wasn't really hungry, so I made one anyway. I added the strawberry and served it right up. He immediately asked if I could make about 200 more. He also insisted that I share it with the rest of the world - or at least the 18 people who actually follow this blog.
One of those requests is actually doable, so here's what you'll need to dazzle your own family with this sweet summer appetizer:
Humboldt Fog cheese
Top each sesame cracker with a smear of Humboldt Fog and a drizzle of honey. Add a strawberry and dig in! You could also use apple wedges, blueberries or just about any other fresh fruit.