New York is a city that is known for it's amazing cuisine. One of the highlights, for me, was eating at Les Halles, the French Brasserie where Anthony Bourdain cut his teeth. The food was nothing short of amazing.
My boy, who ordered the restaurant's version of fish and chips, loved the whole dining experience. Since returning home, I have been asked countless times to recreate "that yummy appetizer."
Here is my version of Croûtons de Coulommiers rôtis au miel et poivre (Brie topped with honey and cracked black pepper). It couldn't be easier to make. I hope you will give it a try.
Place under the broiler for a few minutes until the cheese is bubbly and the bread is lightly toasted.
This tasty bite has quickly become one of my favorite breakfast indulgences. It goes perfectly with a piping hot cup of coffee.