Because being healthy pays off when you're old while eating delicious food pays off RIGHT NOW!

6 slices of Prosciutto di Parma, thin enough to fax
1 roasted clove of garlic
1 bell pepper (red, yellow, or green, oh my!)
1 tablespoon of fresh basil, chopped
1 chunk o' goat cheese
Excellent olive oil
1 halved baguette, doused with olive oil and briefly toasted.

To roast the garlic, put in a medium oven of about 350o F for 30-40 minutes wrapped in tin foil or in a terra cotta device.

To roast the bell pepper, coat with olive oil and put directly on an electric stove burner turned on high heat rotating until black all over. Or, broil until black. Regardless of the method, put in a paper bag for a few minutes. Remove from the bag, dunk in ice water and peel off the burnt skin. Gut and slice. Sprinkle with the basil.

Soak the goat cheese for a few hours in excellent olive oil.

Arrange ingredients on separate plates and dig in.

Serves 2 people who have seen each other in the buck.


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