This one might be a bit of a raise the eye-brow type of cookie and you will likely think that my flavor combinations are going a little off the deep end. But I love the idea of infusing rosemary into things and browned butter … well, that is just self explanatory in it’s goodness. So here you go.
I have leftover winter veggies from making my Tuscan Vegetable Tart that needed to be used up, and besides, it’s still cold and yucking here in the Northeast, which is always a good excuse to make comfort food. Note that this recipe can also be made as a regular lasagna (not the rollups) as it uses the exact same amount of ingredients, so if you don’t want to go through the effort of rolling, just assemble as you normally would a regular one.
I decided to make this tart on a whim. Admittedly, a lot of my baking happens that way. I’d seen photographs of a similar tart a bunch of times, and I really like anything swirly in baking, so decided to have a go. Lunch on a Tuesday.
Today, February 22, is National Margarita Day. This either makes no sense (“Why in the world would it be decided to have national margarita day in February when it is cold and snowy?!?”) or is completely ingenious (“Hey, it’s National Margarita Day! What a great excuse to have a margarita in the middle of the day on a Sunday when it is snowy and miserable outside!”). Either way, I’m making a drink! And because it is still Meyer Lemon season, my Margarita of choice is this one. Bottoms up!
Here’s a recipe that is quick and esy and you probably have all the ingredients readily available. Well, provided that you have bourbon. Not everyone has stashes of booze around, but I do (though that is a long story). And if you don’t have pecans, walnuts or almonds will do just as well. Start to finish under an hour, so if you are in a rush for your kid’s bake sale, this recipe might be for you. And yes, as a matter of fact those are mini-binder clips holding the parchment paper sling in place. I’m funny like that.