Thursday, March 6, 2014

FFwD ~ Two Tartines from La Croix Rouge

A non-effort, everything store-bought
simply stuff on toast as
said by Trevor!

Read one of Dorista's post on this week's recipe HERE! 
Remembering Paris
I had a small thought of making my own cornichons
but it remained a thought
below:
 Roast Beef on Country Bread
for dinner
multigrain mustard on one slice of bread, 
butter on the second and hot cili sauce on the third!
roast beef from Jay's
 
(sorry - night time picture taking above)
below:
Smoked Salmon on Ciabatta
for DH's lunch
(sans wedge of lemon - DH's off citrus)
smoked salmon from Ampang Grocers
on french mustard on ciabatta
with home grown arugula and oregano for garnish
 
do check out the rest of group's results at:
 Two Tartines from La Croix Rouge (page 42)

Thanks for dropping by for a visit and leaving me a comment!

14 comments:

  1. I'm impressed you even considered making your own cornichons. The thought never even crossed my mind. Looks good!

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  2. Oh, boy, you had an ambitious thought! And I was just glad for an easy recipe :) Well done!

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  3. Looks great!! I have never even thought of making my own cornichons! Good on you even thinking about it! :)

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  4. Emily, very nice looking tartines indeed! This was a nice and easy Friday - one we obviously all enjoyed!

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  5. Emily, it all looks delicious! I didn't even consider making my cornichons and they say its the thought that counts, right. I'm giving you credit!

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  6. I never saw tiny fresh cucumbers for making cornichons before. How cool! All your tartines look delicious, Emily!

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  7. Your tartines look good, especially the salmon version.

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  8. Beautiful! I’m with Liz…grateful for an easy week!

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  9. Looks delicious. This was fun - and easy!

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  10. Very nice - it was wonderful to have a no cook week, wasn't it?

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  11. Home made cornichons? They do sound like a fun project. I'm jealous enough of your home grown arugula.

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