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Fresh Fig Tartlets » The Tart Tart

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  1. Eileen August 20, 2012 at 3:30 pm · Reply

    I’m sorry your tarts weren’ty all you dreamed! Fresh figs are definitely gorgeous, though. I bet it would’ve worked with ricotta!

    As for using up food–I’d cut the mold off the cheese and make cheddar-scallion quickbread with the milk, then use the tomatoes and beans to make a Thai curry, with coconut milk and any greens you could salvage stirred in at the end. Or maybe make coconut rice to eat with it. Avoiding food waste is really hard, though! Especially since those two dishes don’t go together in any way. :)

  2. Jenn and Seth August 21, 2012 at 10:43 pm · Reply

    these look super gorgeous! i feel like a bad food blogger because i don’t actually like the taste of figs (and for that matter, goat cheese) – i feel so unsophisticated!…but they definitely look sooooo pretty!

  3. jaime @ sweet road August 23, 2012 at 2:58 pm · Reply

    Hahaha! I love that you just came right out and said what we all want to say when we go through our amazing photos of mediocre recipes. I grapple with this all the time. I am always baking or cooking recipes that are just all right when the photos are really great, so I leave these beautiful photos to sit in a folder on my computer …and it usually turns out that the recipes I do post are amazing, but the photos don’t do it justice. Hey, what can you do?

  4. Jade Sheldon February 21, 2013 at 7:29 pm · Reply

    Gosh, how insanely beautiful are these!?

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