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Over the holiday, I introduced Mr. B to burrata.

Let me back up for a second.

I’ve been hyping burrata for the past six months. Ever since Heidi went on a burrata hot streak this past fall, I’ve been burrata-ing it up. Of course, over indulgence never comes at opportune times. Every time I would purchase or make something with burrata Mr. B would be flapping his wings all over the world. Wait, is this where I realize that subconsciously, I am keeping burrata to myself? GASP.

Poor Mr.B, sometimes, it’s hard being the spouse of a burrata-hoarding food blogger. But! Not to fear folks, I finally whipped up a caprese burrata dish on New Year’s Eve that had him saying, “Mmmmmm….burrata is legit. I think mozzarella just wept.”

Since Mr. B going to be traveling again for pretty much the entire month of January, I figured I needed to whip up one more burrata themed appetizer before he left. I realize beets don’t necessarily get along with most folks. They do kind of have an earthy flavor, like dirt paste to some people. But! If you roast beets with a little s&p and balsamic vinegar the dirt field tastes goes away. Trust me.

Spread some burrata on a golden crostini, top with the roasted beets, garnish with some fresh mint, and viola: healthy,creamy appetizer that has rabbit’s asking for seconds.

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