Looks can be deceiving.
Sometimes, you just want a good meal. Not too fancy. Just comforting. And warm...
So, I whipped up Matt's favorite focaccia bread (rosemary and garlic)
and made a goat cheese souffle from a fantastic cookbook my cousin Amanda gave me a couple of years ago. Used a mix of plain and herb-garlic goat cheeses.
It wasn't difficult, but I started to think I'd done something wrong. It just didn't look...right.
What had gone wrong? What did I miss?
But then, I looked at the souffle again, and realized I hand't done anything wrong; it was perfect.
Problem was...I had used a too-big souffle dish! Waiting a few minutes, I saw that it had, in fact, deflated...not something it would have been likely to do had it not come out right.
So, note to self: pay closer attention to the size of your pans and dishes in the future.
By the way, very tasty. And still good the second day, re-warmed in the oven.