Sunday supper: Gourmet food on a budget

This goat’s cheese and spinach tart is somewhere between a tart and a quiche, but not too eggy for those put off by the latter. Its fresh flavours make a nice change at this time of year, when there are so many meaty stews, soups and roasts being pro

12th January, 2008

This goat’s cheese and spinach tart is somewhere between a tart and a quiche, but not too eggy for those put off by the latter. Its fresh flavours make a nice change at this time of year, when there are so many meaty stews, soups and roasts being proffered.

It tastes good when served warm - not hot – from the oven and is also ideal in a packed lunch. A good solution...

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