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Let me make this perfectly clear....I Don't like goat cheese, too earthy. I don't like strawberries, too many little seeds to get caught in my teeth. I don't like Balsamic vinegar, too strong, and you want me to reduce it as well....PLEASE. I DO like this recipe, exactly as posted....go figure.
I changed this a little although I'm sure it would still deserve 5 stars as written. This made an extremely good dessert for my Sunday dinner. I used a frozen pound cake (thawed) instead of oiled bread and only broiled it on one side for one minute. However I followed all the rest of the recipe. Everyone at the dinner loved it even one person who HATES balsamic vinegar!!!
This is outstanding!!! I am afraid of our grill so I toasted the bread in the oven but otherwise followed the directions exactly. It got rave reviews even by the kids. Definitely one of my new favorites.
I enjoyed this but thought the thyme was a little overpowering for my taste. I am going to make again using basil. The flavor is really great with the tanginess and the sweet from the vinegar, cheese, and strawberry.
I had some goat cheese that I wanted to use so I tried this recipe. It might have been better on bread but I mounded the goat cheese on a serving plate then drizzled the strawberry mix over the cheese and served it with crackers. I liked the flavors but my guests were ho-hum about this presentation.
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