Fabulous idea. I did a little appetizer sandwich using …

Comment on Seared Scallop BLT with Candied Maple Bacon by Lea Ann (Cooking On The Ranch).

Fabulous idea. I did a little appetizer sandwich using halved scallops for New Year’s Eve a few years ago. I used apricots and prosciutto. In case you’re interested: http://highlandsranchfoodie.com/2010/01/new-years-eve-recipes/#.UqODHmRDst0

I’m in love with your combination. Pinned to try for this NYE. Nice to find your blog.

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