Tis the season for sweet words and sweet treats. Here’s a few of our favorites in both categories.
“Love is all you need. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” – Charles M. Schulz
We can’t help with the love, but we can definitely help with the chocolate. Chocolate espresso macarons in this particular instance.
Cooking is love made visible. And we love cooking for for all of you! Here’s a new toast special with organic peanut butter, bananas, and saucy strawberries.
These sweet needle felted wool hearts are for sale next door in tart – handcrafted by tartist House of Moss .
We are firm believers in this: “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” -Virginia Woolf
Photo of coffee cake by Janie Osborne.
“I’ve made a lot of mistakes falling in love, and regretted most of them, but never the potatoes that went with them.” – Nora Ephron
You’ll never regret this pastrami hash with Yellowstone Grassfed Beef’s pastrami and Montana grown eggs and potatoes.
“Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.” – Harriet van Horne
This new toast is worth diving into with wild abandon – white bean & tomato ragout w/ parmesan on house-made sourdough.
“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” ― George Bernard Shaw
We have a couple of fabulous new toast specials – one savory, one sweet. The savory toast features grilled tomato, bacon, and house-made pimento cheese on our house-made sourdough bread. It can be made vegetarian by subbing an egg for the bacon. Maybe add some avocado just because. Delicious any way you slice it
The sweet toast is a grown up version of a childhood favorite – walnut & dark chocolate “nutella” with a strawberry drizzle on wheat toast, all made in-house.
We are having quite a winter here in southwestern Montana, with lots of snow and below zero temps. If you can make it out of the house, come sit by the fireplace here in feed and treat yourself to a warm beverage (or two) and a hot meal.
We have to say, our old barn looks good with a fresh layer of white snow. Now if the sun would only come out…
We have a duo of new toasts this week. This caramel apple toast features luxurious house-made caramel sauce, tart green apples and a sprinkling of crunchy Jacobsen’s sea salt, all atop house-made sourdough bread.
This toast is almost, but not quite too pretty to eat. Blackberry, vanilla and rosemary jam combine to create a unique, delicious flavor atop house-made rye toast, with a smear of organic butter in between.
Trying to stick to New Years resolutions? Our quinoa soup bowl is both healthy and easy on your wallet. The Thai chile basil soup we have on special right now goes perfectly with the organic quinoa and power greens!
Trying to kick the coffee habit? Ease yourself off with tea. Bellocq teas come in a variety of wonderful flavors, with a varying amount of caffeine.
We cold press our juices right here, so they’re always as fresh as possible, and full of delicious and nutritious fruits and vegetables.
And if you get tired of being virtuous, there’s always something more naughty in the pastry case…
Do you love this time of year, and all the flavors and colors and memories that go with it? If so, you might love the treats our bakers and our baristas are turning out! These macarons are festive and delicious, with peppermint filling and crushed candy canes.
This drink special will put you in the mood for some holiday shopping, while giving you stamina. That’s a peppermint mocha made with delicious woodblock chocolate, espresso, whipped cream, and candy cane sprinkles. Pairs perfectly with a gingerbread reindeer!
The toast special this week is a new take on the classic lox and cream cheese combo. It’s full of interesting and intense flavors with a bright and creamy herbed cream cheese, savory smoked salmon, and salty and vinegary caper and red onion relish. All of this is piled atop a thick slice of house made sourdough bread toasted to perfection.
Congratulations to Serena Rundberg, our fearless leader here at Feed, at the Nova Cafe and now also at tart! She won Entrepreneur of the Year at Prospera Business Network‘s awards ceremony this week and it is definitely well deserved. You can read more about the awards in this Bozeman Daily Chronicle article. We couldn’t be more proud of her, and you’ve seen for yourself the wonderful businesses she has created and continues to help thrive and grow.
Photo of Serena by Mike Greener of Greener Visuals. Hair and makeup by Deirdre Quinn of Indulgence.