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  1. Anja @ AnjasFood4Thought

    That tart looks amazing, Sonia! Might try this one on my family on the weekend. I always love the table settings on your pictures, so inviting. Keep it up.

    September 14, 2011

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  2. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

    Beautiful tart, I love the way the all the different layers look when you slice into it.

    September 15, 2011

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  3. Heidi / foodiecrush

    This post may make me go veg again. I agree, the layers of zuchs are gorgeous. Beauty post. I’ll be back for more.

    September 15, 2011

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  4. Snippets of Thyme

    That looks so delicious. I just posted a zucchini/squash galette that is a bit similar! I’ll have to try out this one. The photos are just superb!

    September 15, 2011

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  5. jess white

    what a beauty!

    September 15, 2011

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  6. KissTheChef
    KissTheChef

    Wow, it does look amazing. A few hints that may help with your issues on this recipe.
    Try salting the squash slices lightly and letting them drain in a colander to render some of the excess liquid. Then, rinse and press dry. That may help with the toughness, too.
    Another nut to try would be pistachios. They would be beautiful and taste amazing with the squash.
    Thanks for the inspiration. I’ll try this next ladies night.

    September 15, 2011

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  7. Chris

    Cool! Looks very tempting. Will love to try this out soon!

    September 15, 2011

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  8. Nora @ Natural Noshing

    What an absolute GORGEOUS dish, WOW! I love this and it sounds lovely – maybe treating the squash like eggplant and sprinkling them with salt like “Kiss the Chef” mentioned would help with the excess moisture.
    You can brag on this one – it IS beautiful! :) I bet pecans would be yummy with this too!

    September 15, 2011

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  9. angela@spinachtiger

    I love tarts and I love zucchini. So gorgeous.

    September 15, 2011

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  10. Sherilyn @ Wholepromise

    Oh my – this looks great! I love the identifiable layers. It would be perfect for brunch!

    September 15, 2011

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  11. sneige

    It’s simply beautiful! I’d love to have a slice!

    September 16, 2011

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  12. Simone

    Well it sure looks pretty and the fact that the bottom might be a little soggy does not show at all anywhere! What might help is to blind bake the tart bottom before layering on all the goodies… I love how you placed it by the way. So pretty!

    September 17, 2011

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  13. Charlie
    Charlie

    Hi Sonia:
    I hope you are having sunny weather!
    Here in the east, we have had sun yesterday and today, but not that warm. I think yesterday it got almost to 80, but with the breeze it was more like 70.
    I need it much hotter than that! :~D

    This looks so delicious! I must give it a try!

    Try salting your courgettes to get some of the liquid out of them.

    You might also want to put your cottage cheese in cheesecloth and let it drain some.

    Did you roast your walnuts before using them? I don’t know but that may help.

    Have a Joyful Day :~D

    Charlie

    May 7, 2012

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