This rich creamy cheese is made by Di Stefano, a family-owned company in Southern California dedicated to making burrata. The burrata is complemented by a crunchy salad of wild rice and quinoa. The first apricots of the year are here and I couldn't resist using them! The dish is finished with a golden balsamic dressing and a touch of baby kale.
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