Good friends, inspired food and a sunny, 80-degree Washington combined for a glorious outdoor Easter potluck. On the menu: balsamic-braised mushrooms with goat cheese, Greek salad, Moroccan-inspired leg of lamb, apricot carrots, poireaux ménagère (a genius potato, leek and onion dish from the late Lutèce), asparagus tart, Slovenian potica and passion fruit-raspberry tart with whipped cream. Oh, and wines from Algeria, New Zealand, Spain, France and Chile. A holiday of multiple delights—the company not the least of them.
NEWS: Three photos from this feast were accepted by the Los Angeles Times food page, on the Weekend Eats section and in the “Sugar Rush” Section.
Can we get the Lutece tart recipe?
Sure — it is not a tart, though. It’s a creamy potato dish that is halfway between soup and smashed potatoes. So yummy!
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