Call it a tart, a galette, or a rustic pie, it doesn't matter. It's simple and easy, and it's just plain good! Sometimes we can do with a little less, and sometimes we don't have the time, and then again sometimes we just don't feel like a full on double crusted pie...here comes the simple grace of a beautiful tart. It's a quick single crust with about half the filling needed, making for a less complicated mess and a perfect accompaniment to the lighter side of lunch or dinner.
If you wanted me to list my top 3 comfort foods, this would be right up there for sure. What can be better than potatoes cook in their skin then peeled and sliced, rings of hard boiled eggs, and smokey kolbasa, all layered and bathing in a bubbling sour creamy dreamy sauce? It's the kind of meal that keeps your fork sneaking back to the pan for just one more shameful bite. Why can't food this delectable be tops on the health food charts?! This is not the meal you look for when you're counting calories and trying to whittle away the "muffin" you grew over the holiday! But it is the meal you're looking for when winter's arctic blast has you chilled to the bone and you need a lavish plate of potato pleasure to wipe away winter blues.
I used to think that a vegetative diet would be boring and limited, consisting mainly of salads and side dishes, and that the satisfaction of main course fullness would be a thing of the past. Kind of like being relegated to the side lines as a spectator, watching others get full and happy chowing on chicken stew or pounding down a burger, it seemed that vegans must live in culinary deprivation. While I do not call myself a vegetarian or vegan, I do love everything about eating that way and prefer