Sunday, July 31, 2016

Brunch for Two

Last month, when Danielle was visiting, we enjoyed a fabulous brunch together at Printworks Bistro in Greensboro. I had a really yummy tart that I knew would be easy to make at home. Since I have an abundance of fresh tomatoes, today was the day to experiment.

I loosely followed an Ina Garten recipe, substituting garlic and herb cheese spread for the herb goat cheese. I would have loved the goat cheese, but Jeff is not a fan. The cheese spread worked well, along with a little parmigiano reggiano. I also didn't cut the puff pastry into rounds. It would have been prettier, but you also end up wasting quite a bit of pastry. I think the square worked out fine and it was easy to slice into four pieces.

This is definitely on my "make again" list. Served with a green salad, it would make a great brunch/lunch for guests.


  1. That looks so good! I really enjoy many of Ina Garten's recipes, they are usually simple and fresh and easy to make. Her show used to bug me a bit though :)

  2. Looks delicious! Now I want to try!

  3. how beautiful and delicious that looks, I am drooling on the puff pastry, if only there was recipe for gluten free, but I do like using fresh tomatoes in gluten free pizza, and I now have a bit of fresh basil to use too.


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