Beauty in the Ordinary

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Dinner tonight...



tagliatelle with spinach and jalapeno peppers in a marscapone cream sauce with


sauteed rainbow trout...

followed by...

homemade butter tarts...



sometimes, I even impress myself!
Bon Appetit!




15 comments:

  1. Well, that is quite the meal!
    I'm not normally a fish eater, but I'm slowly learning to enjoy fish more often. On the other hand, I can't seem to have butter tarts often enough.

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  2. BTW, is that your house pictured above? Such a lovely place.

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  3. pass the butter tarts please....pleassssse

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  4. That looks so amazingly delicous! Have to say I have a weakness for butter tarts too!
    I remember when I had trout at your house J. it was sooooo good...I think I need to drop by for a butter tart!

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  5. Looks seriously yummy,shame you are so far away or we could have all joined you.xx

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  6. Simple pasta dishes are always the best. The fewer ingredients the better!

    Not too keen on your new comments font... it's quite difficult to read. Sorry.

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  7. Rob-BEAR...can't believe YOU don't like fish! Not my house...YET!
    Have to confess, the butter tarts are to-die-for. A recipe from my sister-in-laws mother. I keep the filling made up in the freezer, so when company comes, I mix a batch of pastry and hey-presto, dessert!
    If anyone wants the recipe, let me know.

    Totally agree Cro...let the pasta shine through. Is this font better?

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  8. It looks like something that I would put together on a Tuesday or Thursday, except mine would come in a Lean Cuisine package.

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  9. Yup. That's much better.... thanks.

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  10. J - you certainly impress me - it looks delicious!

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  11. sigh
    we had baked beans on toast!

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  12. Love beans on toast John...time and place for everything!

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  13. Delicious! All of it! I have a serious love affair with butter tarts, especially those in a handmade shell! And as for the age-old debate whether they should be runny or firm, I say runny all the way!

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  14. Oh yes Trish (although I had no idea the debate existed!) runny, runny, runny!
    I need to send you this recipe. I keep the filling in the freezer so just have to make the pastry when folks show up. It's seriously good!

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  15. Hi Jacqueline, I had trout tonight too...delicious. I am wishing I had that tagliatelle and those butter tarts too!
    Hope you are well :)
    Jeanne xx

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