April 12, 2017
What do you serve at your Easter dinner? Do you go all out with a big turkey or a ham and all the fixins? Or - do you dial it back a little with a lunch or a brunch? In previous years I have done all of the above and I think my favorite is a late lunch or a "lin-ner". Regardless of how you spend it, a champagne cocktail is a great way to start and this Easter tart recipe makes a fantastic first course. I am looking forward to spending the weekend at my parent's hours on Mayne Island where I will have a long overdue visit with my family, sleep like the dead, walk by the sea, poke around in the galleries and eat too much chocolate...ah, the perfect weekend. I hope you enjoy your long weekend as much as I will enjoy mine!! -Angie.
This dish makes a great first course for Easter brunch!
Yield: Serves 8 as an appetizer (first course) or 6 as a light lunch.
March 12, 2017
YUM! Going to have to make this for sure. Love goat cheese and asparagus!
Have a great Easter Weekend! Sounds like the perfect place to spend the holidays.
Sounds like a fabulous weekend. Enjoy. I wish I was having over night guests to make this tart for. My family? Oh I guess they deserve it too.
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