Tartlets. Definitely my next cheese and onion dish will be some sort of tartlet.
March 21, 2005 12:50 PM
I made baby versions of the Brie and Onion tarts for the TMC birthday party last month, Barrett! I have to say that the puff pastry dough was more difficult to handle than I expected, but the result was lovely!
Meg in Paris |
March 21, 2005 2:36 PM
That looks divine! Many thanks for posting that droolworthy photo and the recipe. I want cheese and onion pie now! I bet it would work with regular pastry as well - or maybe an Italian olive oil pastry!
Hmmm, appetizer for Easter dinner?
March 21, 2005 4:06 PM
Mmm, looks delicious, and coincides nicely with having the song in my head all day! This week, the barristas at my coffeehouse have been playing Galaxie 500's cover of Cheese and Onions.
March 21, 2005 5:25 PM
Wow, I wondered if anyone other than my spouse and Barrett would recognize the Rutles song - guess that answers my question! Personally, I find that "Am i in LUV (ah-hah) I must be in LUV" is the most insidious of the Rutles tunes! :)
Elizabeth, I'm sure your olive oil pastry would be divine with this combination! I forgot to mention that if you can't find Beaufort any strong flavoured hard cheese (preferably French) would do, a good Gruyère, for example.
Meg in Paris |
March 21, 2005 6:07 PM
Amazing : I've got the english version of your tart on my blog : oignons and bacon ...Your tart looks very good, I'm hungry now !!!
March 22, 2005 4:53 AM
Ah, thanks for offering an alternative to Beaufort. We might be able to get that at our cheese shop but it's nice to know what else to ask for if they don't have any or if the Beaufort is not quite up to scratch.
Speaking of hard cheeses, we have discovered relatively recently an alternative to parmegianna in the form of an Argentinian (!) Sardo. Parmegiana is at times prohibitively expensive here in Canada....
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