Red Onion Marmalade on Polenta Points — 6 Comments

  1. Yummy looking marmalade!

    You should be glad the dogs only bark at the clouds in the evening. My blue dobe barks at the bugs, the wind, leaves, shadows, noises…you get the picture… *sigh* It’s very tiring, but working constantly with him is making it marginally better.

    • nightsmusic, yes, the barking gets tiring. Mine also bark at the cars and the tractors… Luckily, there are not many. The neighbors assure me that they don’t hear it – but I do!

  2. I LOVE the look of the onion marmalade! I bet it would be really good on thin thin thin grilled toast points too. (I confess I’m a little weird about polenta – just can’t stop thinking of porridge)

    Hahahahaha I love that the dogs bark at the cows at night. It must be a comforting alarm for the farmer, knowing that the dogs will go nuts if the cows sneak out to escape in the middle of the night.

    • Oh no…. the dogs are not outside at night – other than for business purposes. Even with just the windows open it takes ages for then to get used to night noises and stop barking at every little sound. If they were outside I would never sleep! Polenta reminds me of corn bread…. when it is made thick, cooled, then fried (or not)

  3. This looks so yummy. Think it will appear as a starter for one of our holiday meals. With lardons instead of bacon probably.
    Polenta points like this are usually fried. I’ve had good luck spraying both sides lightly with olive oil, then popping under the broiler just to brown and crisp them up a bit.
    Stay cool!

    • Kaye, well, I actually used ‘lardons fumee’. The polenta is usually fried – I was just being lazy….. And it was hot in the kitchen lol