woensdag 29 september 2010

One day late - TWD: Tarte Fine

This weeks recipe for Tuesdays with Dorie was picked by Leslie of Lethally Delicious. It was extremely easy and quick to make. I made the 'Playing Around'-version and also added some cinnamon to the apples: it was delicious!!!

Four weeks ago I started going back to college/university: I'll be studying to get my Bachelor in Communication and am so glad that I made the decision to go back to school. However, this does mean that I will barely have spare time left as I work full-time, attend classes two nights a week and have to study.

I do want to keep baking and cooking things, but know that I won't be able to write lengthy posts. Therefor as long as I have classes my posts will be pics and 'One Sentence Posts'. When I do have time (e.g. during school holidays) I will try to write longer posts.

9 opmerkingen:

Di zei

That looks yummy, Marthe!

Gabe's Girl zei

Better late than never! Pictures say a 1000 words. Looks wonderful!

TeaLady zei

One fine looking tarte. Apples are beautifully thin. Looks fantastic.

Leslie zei

What a gorgeous tart, Marthe! Your apples are so perfectly thin they're almost translucent! Thanks for baking with me this week, especially since I know how stressed you are with all you have on your plate now.

AmyRuth zei

Wow Marthe, That's a lot of goodness in your photo. Wasn't this the perfect recipe for a student. I loved it. Ready in minutes! Your looks yummy.

natalia zei

Dear Martheyour tarte is gezellig ! but I'm specially glad you are so happy with your decision !!

Peggy zei

That tarte is amazing and beautiful. You did a great job. Mine turned out terrible. I tried to follow different directions and should have followed Dorie's!

Kayte zei

This looks so elegant and delicious! Only one day late...I still have not made it...figure I will double post this Tuesday at this point. Shame on me. Best wishes for all your college courses, etc.

Jess zei

Lovely-looking tart...cinnamon was a great addition; I agree. I will still enjoy your shorter posts - good luck with your new course!