These things were tasty! Often times when I see something like this ... so dainty and delicately arranged, it tends to lose its soul. It tends to taste a bit like nothing, with a mild "plastic-y" vibe to it.
This one, on the other hand, was REALLY excellent! I can usually tell how good something is, by how quickly it gets eaten when I'm doing a photo shoot. The things I give away are good, but not my favorites. The things I save for myself are wonderful and usually good for refrigeration or freezing. The things that simply ... "disappear" ... without even getting to that point where I ask myself I whether I should try and save it, or find a friend ... THOSE things are the one I KNOW are good.
These didn't last long. They never hit my fridge and I KNOW no one else got any. They simply ... *POOF*
The pancetta crisped up in such a sturdy way, while still having a delicate "crisp" to them. The goats cheese lended a creamy tartness and the oranges just threw a brave blast of citrusy sweet into my mouth.
Really ... try this. Make it. I promise you ... you won't be sorry!
How To Note:
The third step says to make orange sections. You can use the method in this video to make orange sections (called "Supremes")