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As the snow falls down around me, I long for those long hot summer days...

This morning, after a weeks worth of errands and boring duties that involved phone calls and appointments, I finally am able for some precious me time.  That is to say, I finally have time to carve out 2 hours for a bit of writing.   I'm torn because I want to post, but I have to focus on my book.   So I'm sitting away from my home distractions in Starbucks, preparing to write, when I find myself gazing out the window at the snow falling down, and absently looking through folders on my desktop, clicking randomly on photos I took over the summer.   That's when I came across this set.

Sometime in August, I think, we had visiting friends (yes the Sullivans), and we made this really typical and yummy summer meal.   My contribution was this Tomatoe Tart.   I don't have the recipe on me, but if you want, you can email me, or leave a comment, and I'll share it when I get home.


If you didn't know it already, I follow recipes to the "T".  I guess, even though this is savory, technically, it's like baking.   I recall having to make a pastry doe, and chilling it before adding the rest.  But it was all so terribly easy, and yet so yummy.  There is a fine layer of garlic under the tomatoes.  It's almost like Pizza, but lighter crust, and no sauce, and not a lot of cheese.