...with Burrata cheese. On three consecutive Friday nights I've spent $8.99 at Citarella for a creamy Burrata. (Burrata, if you have not been lucky enough to encounter it, is a shell of fresh mozzarella filled with a mozzarella/cream fresh cheese center of gooey goodness.) I've spread it on bread, served it with sliced heirloom tomatoes, and most recently, replicated a favorite dish sampled in Boston last summer.
I whisked together about 1/4 cup olive oil, juice of one lemon, and about a teaspoon of honey and tossed lightly over baby arugula. Then I piled the arugula on plates, cut the burrata in half and put an oozing blob of cheese over the arugula, sprinkled with lemon zest and drizzled the tiniest bit of honey over the cheese. Heaven.
When I start eating burrata with a spoon, it's time to worry.