On Sunday, August 12 at 7 p.m., Chef Grace, featured on the Food Network and Washington Post, returns to Feastly for a celebration of the tart. Going back to the 14th Century, the tart has long been a preferred vehicle for the ingestion of such things as meat, bacon, vegetables, bacon, custard, bacon, and fruit.
Enjoy four delicious handmade tarts for the vegan or bacon enthusiast to compliment salad, soup, and ice cream in the chef’s Mt. Pleasant home. $35.20 gets you a date with some tarts! And just to be perfectly clear for all of you etymologists, we mean tart (see definition 1) and not tart (see definition 2). Come on!
tart (tärt) – noun
2. A woman considered to be sexually promiscuous.
You Little Tart! – August 12th at 7 p.m.
Meet Grace – “I am food lover who has a mind that is always thinking about the next fun thing to make. I started cooking seriously about 10 years ago in a few different restaurants around DC. I’ve done pastry, salad, and sauces. My recipes have been featured in the Washington Post and I have competed on a Food Network show. I can be seen at the Dupont Circle farmers’ market selling veggies and dishing out recipes. During the week I run a program at the Capital Area Food Bank.”
- Vegetable Creme Fraiche Tartlets
- Salad of Summer Greens
- Vegan Mushroom Leek Tart
- Bacon Onion Tart
- Refreshing Cold Soup of Cucumber and Yogurt
- Raspberry Tart
- Fresh Homemade Ice Cream
The Raspberry Tart