What do I serve with an apricot-berry tart? For brunch?

I'm stumped. Making brunch for 3 special people. What do I serve with a rustic tart that is loaded with summer fruit and super sweet and gooey. Would be nice to balance the sweetness. Thanks for any ideas!

  • Posted by: Dani
  • August 18, 2015
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Exbruxelles
Exbruxelles August 18, 2015

I'd make tartine with lentils, braised greens w/bacon and a poached egg.

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Zane
Zane August 18, 2015

Sounds wonderful. I would just provide something basic like slices of ham and scrambled eggs.

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PieceOfLayerCake August 18, 2015

It would be nice to take advantage of summer veggies along with those wonderful fruits. I like to make a light summer succotash with poached or sunny side eggs. Things like zucchini, sweet corn, butter/fava beans, romanesco, shallot, etc. You could toss in some farmer's cheese and light herbs like dill and chive....fresh and not overpowering in the least.

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Caetie
Caetie August 18, 2015

Some plain greek yogurt would be great as a toping for the tart. If you're looking for additional dishes, I would say poached eggs over greens or a frittata.

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Nancy
Nancy August 18, 2015

If available in your area, I would go for simple grilled fish (trout with lemon and herbed rice, or what's best in market) as main dish.

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Jenny Maria
Jenny Maria August 19, 2015

I was thinking AS caetie greek yoghurt and a fritatta

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sonya
sonya August 22, 2015

Unsweetened whipped cream

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