Breakfast Galette with Spinach, Tomatoes, and Goat Cheese

Breakfast Galette with Spinach, Tomatoes, and Goat Cheese

Spring is here in full force in Seattle. This means, of course, that we’re teased with glorious warm days – the type of day that fills you with hope, inspiration, and love for your fellow humans – interrupted by cloudy skies, chilly weather, and rain. When I first moved here, I found this disappointing. Now, I realize this is just the build-up. Clearly, the weather gods’ intent was to remind us what the outdoors look like; that there are times we can be outside without getting wet, that the air isn’t always chilled but is, in fact, sometime really warm and lovely.


And, of course, one my favorite parts of summer is my garden. I’m still so excited to grow, cook, and can our own food each year, and this year is no exception (helped along mightily by my amazing and saint-like mother-in-law, Ruth, who spent 8 hours weeding and prepping our yard this summer while Brandon and I were at work).


This month at S&S, we’re celebrating all that we have to be excited for in our gardens. First up is this Breakfast Galette. Filled with sweet summer tomatoes and earthy spinach straight from the the garden, it highlights the very best flavors of this warm(ing)-weather season.



The tart dough recipe is a slight alteration from one I found on the website of the formerly Seattle-based blogger, Dana Treat (though the blog is no longer operating, I really enjoyed it back in the day. She had great, very cookable recipes). I edited the recipe slightly to make enough just for one recipe of this galette, but the dough is delicious and comes together quickly and easily.





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