French Tartines

French tartines are basically bread, often toasted, with either sweet or salty toppings.  The one that I made tonight for Jade’s light supper consisted of goat cheese mixed with pesto, bacon and brie on sliced peasant bread, toasted in the oven.  Sweet/sour cucumber and onion salad did the honors for vegetables.  I’m posting this because she was so pleased!

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An American living in Burgundy, France
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13 Responses to French Tartines

  1. They just look simply amazing. Love the photo quality. May make something like this, delicious.

  2. I would be pleased with that too!

  3. joshuafagans says:

    I have not had a chance to try many tartines but have a new book with a few examples that I definitely want to try. This adds fuel to the fire. Thanks!

  4. ambrosiana says:

    I bet she was very pleased! This looks amazing!

  5. Karen says:

    Looks terrific. I enjoy ordering a tartine in the evening after having a large lunch when we are traveling in Europe. There are so many inventive ones.

  6. Melissa says:

    looks absolutely amazing!

  7. I will be delighted with this recipe. The tartines also work great on pork chops and steaks.

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