ffwd – goat cheese and strawberry tartine

Now THIS is an amazing combination of four simple things! I was pretty sure that it was going to be fantastic, but then again, I’ve been wrong before. Not this time.ย 100_2430

A fresh baguette, soft goat cheese, flavorful strawberries and a balsamic reduction. OK, so I threw in a little fresh black pepper.

This is the simplest of recipes, but the combination is both gorgeous and delicious. On a few of the slices, I did add a drizzle of the pistachio oil from last week – totally unnecessary. Perfect as is, served with a nice crisp white wine.

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This was a great late afternoon treat in the garden, watching the birds and enjoying our handiwork. Bravo, Dorie!

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20 thoughts on “ffwd – goat cheese and strawberry tartine

  1. Beautiful shots! I think I also just enjoyed the way these LOOKED so wonderful on their plate. That is always a plus when it comes to these simple type of appetizers. The oil drizzle! Of course! Why didn’t I think of that!? ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Nice use of the pistachio oil! I found this to be a lovely way to enjoy a summer’s day, too. I might have to have a little more this evening…

  3. Candy, beautiful ripe strawberry slices on top of your wonderful tartines with such a delicious and pretty drizzle of balsamic reduction on top – so nice that everyone seemed to have enjoyed this simple recipe so very much! Lovely presentation in the garden on that nice tray!
    Have a good Sunday!

  4. I too am ready to show up in your garden for a plate like that ๐Ÿ™‚ Wasn’t this a lovely combo ?? We went nuts in this house and I am just delighted that it will be so easy to whip up repeats. Gorgeous photos too ! Tricia

  5. Bravo, Dorie, is right. This was a wonderful recipe that, I hope, will just keep giving and giving you many late afternoons of enjoying the beautiful Sedona landscape. And, the birds (I’m a Birder.) Love that area. Love the thought of pistachio oil.

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