Alright, Team. Halloween is over, the leaves are actually changing in Georgia and it’s November…That’s right. It’s Thanksgiving season. Game on. I thought I’d get the turkey day ball rolling with my these cranberry galettes, because, well, I like baking. I also really like baking with cranberries. I think it’s something about how vibrant cranberries are. I mean, the color alone is just gorgeous. Then there’s the flavor – super tart with a hint of bitterness. Love it or hate it, you have to admit that cranberries are unabashedly what they are, which is a trait I admire in life. Speaking of being unabashedly oneself, I’ve been watching an Australian television show lately called the Miss Fisher Mysteries, a period
Sweaty, panting, strips of hair sticking to the back of the neck, thighs burning – yep, that was me biking to the grocery store earlier this week. I can’t explain why I decided that biking to the grocery store in the middle of the day during a Georgia summer seemed like a good idea to me, but I’m going to blame it on my roommate who is a bicycling fiend. Regardless of what short in my brain prompted me to do this, I arrived at the DeKalb Farmer’s Market, wet, smelly and craving a galette. And not just any galette – a savory galette with flaky pastry packed to the brim with chicken, herbs and vegetables.