I’ve rearranged a few priorities in my life.
First, I’m eating more vegetables. Kale, squash… those are both great.
Second, I’m trying to consume less fatty cuts of meat. In this tart, I opt to use pancetta over bacon. It’s the healthy choice.
Third, I’m eating more butter. Making this tart dough on a regular basis is definitely a good life choice.
Alright, this last one should probably be removed from my priority list. Baby steps.
Anyway, I’m starting off the new year with a healthy perspective, and from here on out I’ll try to cut back on things like sweets and fried foods. Promise.
…except for the recipe I’ll post in a few days about zucchini fritters. Is it still considered bad if you’re frying up veggies?!
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I just got back from Northampton, MA where some of my fabulous girlfriends threw me a lovely bachelorette party (thank you)! Before festivities began, one of my friends and I went to a new-to-me restaurant for brunch where I had an amazing omelette of sun dried tomatoes, caramelized onions, and goat cheese.
Does that scream “Ari,” or what?!
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I probably shouldn’t be doing this. In fact, I know I shouldn’t be doing this. I’ve got things to do, places to go, and people to see! But I’m having blog withdrawals. I’m feeling guilty about the fact that we enjoyed some delicious homemade meals last week and you don’t know about them.
I’ll keep this short and sweet: this is one of the tastiest quiche I have ever encountered. It’s light, it’s full of flavor, and it made me a very happy girl.
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