Oh, the tartine.
What’s that? You don’t know what a tartine is? Well!
A tartine is french for
I can’t be bothered to write an actual blog post, so I’m going to toss some stuff on bread and come up with a fancy name for it an open faced sandwich.
The internet abounds with recipes for tartines. Let me make it simple for you. Step 1: Get good bread. Step 2: Slice in half. Step 3: Put (a) good thing(s) on bread. Step 4: Eat. Tartines, my darlings, are not complicated things. Traditionally, they are quite literally bread and something on it.
Which brings us to the present. We don’t need recipes for tartines. I promise we don’t. So please internet, stop. I get it. You can talk all about the pleasure of superlative ingredients, simply combined. I can get behind that. But let’s not pretend, mkay?
As for me, I put a lid on my tartine and ate a sandwich for dinner, like a good American.