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Blueberry Goat Cheese Tart {no bake}

My sister Laura visited this weekend. We bought blueberries at Eastern Market with this tart in mind. We assembled it between backyard beers and impromptu pizza eating. This is a casual tart. It always wears jeans, and never goes in the oven. P.S. I’ve made this tart before strawberry-style. I hadn’t thought of putting blubeberries and goat cheese together until Cindy mentioned these awesome¬†hand pies she made. OMG. She knows things. Blueberry Goat Cheese Tart…

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Strawberry Goat Cheese Tart {No Bake}

I love goat cheese. I’d like it to be my Valentine. I love it in crepes, on pizza, on quesadillas, and now in a tart. I was impatient about this already easy-breezy-speedy tart. It came together in about 30 minutes and then I only chilled it for 20 minutes before slicing (instead of the recommended 2 hours). … the crust was a bit crumbly. It didn’t ruin anything though. Jake didn’t judge it. (I maybe…

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Tomato Goat Cheese Tarts in an Herb Parmesan Crust

Last night I made these tarts. Today I went paddle-boating in a skirt. It’s been a good weekend so far. Have you seen baby heirloom tomatoes at Trader Joe’s? They are just so pretty, and the green ones are neon. They would be the most popular tomatoes dancing under a black light at a club. If I stumble across a recipe that has tomatoes, basil and goat cheese involved, chances are I’ll e-mail it to…

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Fresh Strawberry Tart

It’s warm-ish here in the mitten. Warm enough for dog walking and strappy strappy shoe wearing and short sleeve coats and windows down driving listening to the new She & Him album and definitely warm enough for strawberries topping a tart. I’m going to be honest with you about a couple things. The first thing is that I think this would be just as amazing without the chocolate. The strawberries are enough to make this…

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