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NO-FUSS Fresh Strawberry Tart with Lemon Custard

It’s no secret that as people mature into adulthood, they have more responsibilities.

The word “responsibility” used to have a dark, negative connotation attached to it for me- like stubbing your pinky toe, or like trying to carry too many grocery bags in from the car because you didn’t want to take two trips. 386 more words

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Apricot & Lavender Tart

I’ll refrain from complaining about this non-existent summer weather because everyone’s already at it and frankly I don’t like being predictable so I’ll just close my eyes and pretend I’m chilling while sitting on a porch overlooking lavender fields in between the Alps and the Mediterranean. 861 more words

Desserts

Sweet Tarts

Mackays were kind enough to share with me three of their Jam’s*. I received Scottish Strawberry, Morello Cherry and Scottish Raspberry.

These jams are amazing. Morello Cherry is my favourite, I thought I wouldn’t like it (not a big cherry fan) but it’s not too sweet and not bitter. 180 more words

Recipes

Goats Cheese and Red Onion 'Welcome Home' Tart

This week, my Mum returned home from Port Eliot Festival. She had a wonderful time doing yoga outside, eating kedgeree (pictured) made by Dick and James Strawbridge and watching Beth Orton. 267 more words

Food Blog

savory: Tomato and Goat Cheese Tart

The BBF was gifted with a bottomless bag of homegrown goodies this week. Because he is a boy and because he dates a blogger, most of the goodies were passed on to me with the expectation that I would “make stuff.” 385 more words

Dinner

Chez Prog Review

While not the ideal spot for a date, Chez Prog is the ideal spot for relieving oneself of one. The menu, overly ambitious, contains more choices than a politician has infidelities, and after ordering the onion and date tart, I found Chez Prog to be as disappointing. 8 more words

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