This Tomato and Stone Fruit Crostini with Whipped Feta is an easy summer entertaining appetizer perfect for any type of get together.
A few weeks back, I had the pleasure of spending a long weekend on a farm in Portland, OR for a dreamy farm dinner hosted by Lundberg Family Farms. It was a whirlwind of a weekend with a few of my favorite food blogger friends – Eva from Adventures in Cooking, Sasha from Tending the Table, Trisha from Eat Your Beets, and Holly and Natalie from The Modern Proper. We explored the grounds, hung out with the chickens, cooked insane amounts of food, and drank just enough wine to make the plane ride back home foggy. keeping up with these blogger friends online has always been enjoyable but cooking and sharing a meal together brought our bonds to a whole new level. I could go on for days about how magical this weekend was but I do think that the photos speak for themselves.
The dish I contributed to the menu was an appetizer of Tomato and Stone Fruit Crostini with Creamy Feta. The drizzle of tangy feta over juicy tomatoes and sweet stone fruit over a crispy rice cracker is my new favorite. Not only is this recipe ridiculously easy to whip up but it gives for a stunning presentation for pops of red, green, and orange. I used Lundberg’s Thin Stackers for the perfectly light crunch which complimented the juicy tomato topping. You could also use toasted bread slices if you’d like to make this crostini more traditional.