Don’t you guys just love summer?
Sitting out by the neighbor’s pool, sipping on Mondos and snacking on Combos and reading Teen Beat while listening to the new Sugar Ray CD on repeat…
Oh wait, that was my summer, like, 10 years ago. Ahem.
Thankfully, my tastes in food, drink and reading material have upgraded drastically. Though I’ll still always have a spot in my heart reserved for Sugar Ray’s sweet beats.
These Chevre, Onion and Spinach Stuffed Rolls
are totally the opposite of something I would have eaten in my younger years. I would have said they’re too sophisticated. They’re too unique. They don’t have any fake orange cheese in the middle. If I could go back, I’d slap my tweenage self upside the head and make me eat one of these so I wouldn’t have to spend the next 10 years without them. But that’s just life. At least, at long last, we’re together now.
Unlike Sugar Ray. Sniffle.
While these rolls might easily trick you into thinking they’re uber fahncy and therefore too difficult to make, don’t be fooled. They’re as easy to put together as a pizza; because they pretty much are just like pizza. Except in roll form. Like a pizza and its toppings got all freaked out and curled up into a ball and baked that way. Or something like that.
And the fillings? Oh. Mah. Word. Too good to describe – except to say that there is no greater-tasting combination in the universe than goat cheese, sautéed spinach and caramelized onions. NONE. I do not exaggerate.
So if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to go make another batch of these rolls so I can stuff them into my face while sipping on cocktails, reading the latest issue of Forbes and listening to classical music.
Wait – what’s that? Sugar Ray is STILL together? Where’s my boombox?!
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