Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Dinner with friends

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I had planned to post a giveaway today but it's nearly midnight, I don't have the post put together yet and my kitchen looks like this.

B and a few of his friends came over after work today and we all had dinner.

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It worked out perfectly because while Peanut napped today I managed to make a fantastic savory tart.

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I spied this Cauliflower and Caramelized Onion Tart on Smitten Kitchen a while back.

I made the tart in phases throughout the day because that's what you do with a little one who demands your attention.

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Mine looks a bit different than hers and I suppose I could have roasted the cauliflower longer for more color.

Seriously though, I wouldn't change a thing. Completely fantastic.

I used the marscarpone substitution at the end because although I adore marscarpone, I don't adore it's price.

I also think you could just throw this all into a store bought pie crust if you wanted.

Try it- it would be perfect for Easter.

Come back tomorrow for a giveaway!

PS. Anyone else having issues with their post's formats changing? Everytime I check a post all the spaces have been eliminated and I have to add them back into the html format. Help.

7 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! Darn you weight watches, I want a slice! And whatever that chocolatey looking dessert is, I want that too!

    Lots of people seem to be having trouble with blogger's spacing at the mo. No solutions for you I'm afraid. X

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  2. Posting problems? Yes , read my blog: http://osagebluffquilter.blogspot.com/2011/04/new-blogspot-when-posting.html

    Dinner looked delicious!!

    Patti

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  3. That looked incredible. Girl you always give the best recipes. Looks like a fun night. Wish that was me;)

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  4. Mmmm delish!!! Cute little Peanut!!!

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  5. Hey, did you sneak into my house and take a picture of my messy kitchen last night?

    lol...

    Lovely tart, perfect for Easter!

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  6. Ohhh, that sounds so good! I roasted some cauliflower in a simple olive oil, balsamic and salt toss. It was delicious!

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  7. I love cauliflower... I wish more people in my life did, so I could make more recipes!!

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