Sunday, September 9, 2018

Charcuterie Featuring Martin's Apple Chips


This post was sponsored by Martin's Apple Chips.  I received monetary compensation and product in exchange for this post. As always, all thoughts and options are my 100% my own, and I only work with brands that I use in my own kitchen.
This past week social media accounts far and wide were flooded with the traditional first day back to school photos. I really enjoy scrolling through my friend's posts, seeing how much their family's have grown since I last saw them, and feeling nostalgic when their kids are entering a grade I vividly remember.  

Bubble & Squeak

Bubble & Squeak is a British dish that came about in the early 1800’s, and often makes an appearance in a traditional full English breakfast. The idea is to make it from the leftover vegetables from a Sunday roast beef dinner. It can be as simple as the combination of mashed roasted potatoes and cabbage, however any other leftover vegetables such as carrots, Brussels sprouts, turnips, peas, etc. can be added in as well. The ingredients are all fried together, and often accompanied by bacon. 
The name bubble & squeak comes from the sound that the cabbage makes while boiling.
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