Taste of Belgium, Behind the Buckwheat Curtain

Behind the Buckwheat Curtain? Yeah when I got that email I was perplexed. What does buckwheat have to do with waffles?
Then I found out in the most delicious way possible, Taste of Belgium is set to introduce Cincinnati to another European dish. Next week they will debut the galette. A galette is the savory yin to the crepes sweet yang. The galette is made with a gluten free French buckwheat flour. Jean-Fran├žois Flechet recounted how he wanted to make galette from the beginning but acquiring the flour was problematic. He could buy a 1 lb. bag, or an entire shipping container. Not good for a business just starting out.
Thankfully for all us waffle fans Taste of Belgium now has the resources to import the buckwheat flour. Back to the galette, they can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. There will be a number of versions, the ones that stood out to me were the Mexican inspired Baja, and the Italian caprese with roasted tomatoes. Like many of Taste of Belgium's other dishes, the galette can be made vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Check in to Taste of Belgium next week and enjoy!
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