Archive for tarts




A frozen fruit crumb tart

Gluten and dairy free raspberry and rhubarb crumb tart

Life seems to be moving fast these days. In the last year, the busy-ness (which by the way... I heavily dislike to even admit that word) has really made me explore phone photography. It is a double sword this iPhone photography... ... part laziness, part portability, part swiftness. Instagram has really been an important platform for ...




Candied-apple île flottante for a winter-inspired cooking class

Candied-apple île fltotante

Winter hit us with full force in the new year. Not the blizzard, blankets-of-snow kind of winter, but in a very Pacific Northwest way. Drizzle, fog and grey skies. There is ths ghostly beauty to them. Very moody - inducing lots of soup-making and coffee drinking. Hygge, as they say in Denmark. I wanted to also let you ...






Cider-baked apples and a bean soup

Baked apples in cider with cranberries and pistachios

When we made the decision to leave Florida, all I craved were seasons. I knew from that moment on I could only live in a place where leaves turn ochre and the rain turns everything blue. I suppose in some ways I just searched for my childhood environment - a place I felt comfortable. Seattle is ...




Fig, lobster mushroom, and taleggio – late summer tarts

AranGoyoaga_FigMushroomTart_EDOC2998

I have been on a true wild mushroom kick as of late. Late summer will do that to anyone I suppose. Seattle reminds me to the Basque Country in many ways and the variety of mushrooms is one - the late summer heat and rain are necessary. I remember walking the forests with my dad as ...