Saturday, August 17, 2013

FFWD: Dieter's Tartine

Dieter's Tartine
This week  for French Friday's With Dorie it was make-up week.  I was happy- I could use a few make-up weeks.   For my cooking assignment, I decided to make Dieter's Tartine.  I read reviews on this recipe from various members of the FFWD cooking group and the majority loved this recipe.  After making it, I can taste why.  This tartine is delicious.  A slice of toasted bread is spread with a delicious cheese spread made from cottage cheese and sour cream.  The cheese spread is them topped with a mixture of cucumbers and tomatoes that have been seasoned with salt and white pepper - mmmm.  The cucumber tomato mixture is then sprinkled with chives and Herbs de Provence.    Your tartine is ready to enjoy. The flavors compliment each other and it is ever soo  good.

This recipe can be found on page 30 in "Around My French Table."





























11 comments:

  1. That tartine looks like the perfect snack. I have to get that one done soon!

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  2. I am now all about this tartine using the tzatziki from earlier as well. Seriously. Its they way to go!

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  3. Great job on the tartine and I am with you on needing a few make up weeks. For FFWD and life in general :)

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  4. I'm always shocked when just a few simple ingredients pull together to form something wonderful! Your tartine looks perfect! So nice to see you back this week!!!

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  6. It's amazing that something so simple can sound so delicious, Geraldine.

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  7. Glad you liked this one! I really enjoyed it, too! So easy and yet so delicious!

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  8. It was so nice to have a few easy ones like this last month!

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  9. Geraldine, your tartine looks utterly delightful on that very pretty platter of yours - so nice that you got a chance to catch up with that recipe!

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