My newest favorite! Clemson SC photographer

I am always on the lookout for a great, easy recipe and I found a new one this spring while we were on vacation . I am much better at photographing children and families than food,  but I wanted to show you my latest favorite appetizer. I guess this has been around for a while, but seriously this is the first time I have been served it so I thought I would share with all of you. It’s Cream Cheese Wasabi Spread, and you mix it up fast and serve it with crackers. Ingredients? One eight-oz block of cream cheese, soy sauce, toasted sesame seeds and black sesame seeds (found in Asian food aisle), and wasabi (also found in Asian food aisle – I used the kind in a tube).

Just split the cream cheese lengthwise (I used dental floss!), spread a very thin layer of wasabi between the layers, sprinkle with soy sauce and then the sesame seeds. You can wrap in plastic wrap and put back in the fridge for a few hours, then serve with crackers. I didn’t find it too “hot” but you may want to vary the wasabi. Go ahead and try it!

 

(Clemson and Anderson SC photographer)

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I have the coolest job in the world. I get to create gorgeous images of beautiful kids and families, so they can remember these precious days forever!

I live on Lake Keowee in SC, but I travel frequently back to the Pittsburgh/Washington PA area and do sessions in BOTH places!

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