Look no further!
This weekend my husband and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary. Instead of the usual dinner out, we booked a food tour in NYC. We went with a group, explored, ate, and learned a ton! The tour checked out a bunch of Mom and Pop shops in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. My husband and I ended the day with a full belly, great history on a neighborhood we’ve never really explored and so, so many food ideas!
One of the first stops was at an olive oil store for a tasting of their products. There we learned about the various varieties and processes of oil production. We had tastings of olive oil on bread, and it was delicious. But that wasn’t the real winner there. Truffle popcorn was. I can almost taste it as I write this.
It was simple but flavorful, you ate it and wanted more and more. As I watched everyone “gobbling” it up, I immediately thought of Thanksgiving. I knew this was going to be the easy Thanksgiving appetizer I was making. We visit family locally so Thanksgiving is a rare slow holiday for us. I don’t have to make the meal, I just bring a dish or two. This year, truffle popcorn is one of those dishes.
You need to make this simple Thanksgiving appetizer, too. It’s time to make Truffle Popcorn.
Let’s go to the Chalkboard.