Last updated on June 9th, 2019
The right food at the right time? Yes, please. I want strawberry shortcake in June. And Thyme and Wine Beef Stew in December. In April, my body demands meaty mushrooms, baby spinach leaves, fragrant rosemary, and buttery French pastry dough. I answer the call with this springtime galette:
NEWS FLASH! I recently purchased a mirror-less camera. The gadget affords AWESOME auto-focus, as well as brilliant color. As a result, I was able to self-film, for the first time ever, today’s recipe in guh-lorious high-definition.
A few notes:
You can make the pastry dough well-ahead of time. Refrigerated, the dough will stay fresh and wonderful for up to 2 days.
You can make the mushroom-spinach-rosemary filling (as well as the ricotta cheese base) in advance, too. They’ll hold up just fine for 2 days in the fridge.
And heeeere’s the printable: