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  1. Silani Wahlgren

    The tartlets look so good. Has the marscapone had any time to ferment at all? I’ve been enjoying your blog posts. I wish I could get fired up to post more but I’m too busy making dishes to post about them.

  2. movesnmunchies

    WOAH these tarts look INSANE! you are so great at photography too!

  3. healthyexposures

    The tarts looks delicious, and both of your presentations are something to be proud of, too! They are truly beautiful πŸ™‚ The crust sounds delicious, too – something I need to try, for sure!

  4. Hannah

    Firstly, I’ve never met anyone besides me who uses the word hodgepodge before. *high five* Secondly, that balsamic plating is so trippy that it’s pretty much the best thing ever. Thirdly, I love the offhand way you describe making, and the contents of, your kelp dish. I would sell my fancy boots in order to get that for dinner tomorrow! For realz, totes.

  5. Noelle

    I really want that tart. I wonder what that marscapone is made from? πŸ˜‰ I also like your plating. So beautiful!

  6. rachel

    beautiful tarts! i love that drizzling all over the plate!

  7. TheHealthyapron

    omg that tartlet looks amazing!! Great job! I want some!

  8. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    The pictures of the tarts are amazing! Yum!

  9. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Gorgeous! Really craving sweets now…

  10. Mom

    Beautiful work. You have a keen eye for colorful, attractive presentation. You could make a bowl of mud look appetizing.

  11. Lori

    Wow. This is incredible! You have mastered the art of plating, I’d say! Those strawberry tarts look soooooooo good!

  12. Jill

    Your plating skills are advancing so quickly. You’re already looking like a raw food master. Imagine how crazy awesome you’ll be by the end of this course!!!

  13. Ela

    Great comment from your mom! And not one but two ‘hodgepodge-sayers’! I feel in good company.

    I think it’s awesome that you don’t hold yourself to posting every day. That’s not what it’s about. And it’s good to take a break sometimes. Great to see what you’ve been up to, though. I, too am curious about that mascarpone. Never been a cheese lover, especially not of hard cheese, but I can see the appeal of raw, fermenty cheeses.
    love
    Ela

  14. Michelle

    Love your plating on the second one. It has great texture–looks like tree bark. (I love faux bois!)

    I also wanted to comment that I was near a Noodles & Co yesterday (I live in Chicago), so I had it for the first time. Got your favorite, it was good! Thanks for the recommendation πŸ™‚

  15. bitt

    Wow that tart looks good. I like the rectangle pan. I need to get one of those too. I always get scared of things like balsamic with dessert but I trust you gourmet chefs to know best! When you spread the sauce all over the plate you are just encouraging plate-licking. πŸ™‚

  16. wolfenstein

    wow! good made for strawberry… is look delicious !

  17. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    So much goodness going on here! The tarts (and especially the tart crusts) look amazing! I love your plating with the balsamic reduction. I’m also super intrigued by the almond butter sauce you made for your dinner salad–I’ve made plenty of peanut sauce variations, but I’ve never tried one with almond butter. Sounds wonderful πŸ™‚

  18. Michelle

    That tart looks great. I was thinking how good everything sounded, but when I got to the tart, I forgot about everything else. :o)

  19. Teigan

    Those tarts look amazing! I don’t they’d survive five seconds near me.

  20. simplynutritiouskate

    food looks amazing as usual. Its hard to believe its all raw!

  21. Kate @ Green and Juicy

    Oh yum! your food always looks mindbogglingly good πŸ™‚
    What’s been your favourite dish at culinary school so far?

  22. Jenny

    Oh, I love the plates so much!

  23. Kayla

    Such pretty photos! Looks delicious!

  24. GirlonRaw

    I die for those noodles. AND I LOVE the second plating too. The choc sauce looks like it’s part of the plate. Beautiful. Strawberries ARE in season here in Australia and I am lapping them up!

  25. e

    you have to post recipes!

  26. jane saracino

    Wow! Keep up the good work and thanks so much for sharing your beautiful dishes. Are you going to share some recipes?

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