The Peachy Bacon Flatbread from Home/Made
Dish #33 is a charred, sweet-savory delight
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Peach, bacon, and fontina flatbread $17
This cozy Red Hook restaurant and wine bar makes a crackling thin flatbread, rippled and charred, topped with soft sliced peaches, crisp strips of bacon, and a touch of stinky fontina. It's a wonderful way to start the day when you're craving sweetness, but need something more satisfying and complex than a stack of syrup-drizzled pancakes. It's also a fine, savory snack to have beside you in the evening, while you sip some wine in the breezy garden. A bit pricy, but great for sharing (see how it's made here).
home/made 293 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn 347-223-4135
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