In our cooking group, some speaks French, some speaks English and some speaks both of these languages. These two languages are commonly spoken in Montreal. The T theme can be employed either in English and/or in French. When I sent the instructions to my cooking group about the T theme, I told them, as an example, that they are not allowed to make Apple Pie (as it starts with an A) but they are allowed to make Tarte aux pommes which is simply the French translation of Apple Pie. Our new member, Kristin of Chocolate and Tea, impresses me with her interpretation of this instruction. She made a firm, crisp and sweet apple tart with almond cream, a classic French tart which we called Tarte aux Pommes à la Normande. You can find this recipe and other mouth-watering desserts on her blog. Check it out!
For the T theme, I made a tex-mex casserole. It is basically the casserole version of nachos using exactly the same ingredients, but with more cheese, more ground beef and more veggies. This reconstruct version of nachos will sure satisfy your family and friends. This recipe is adapted from my favorite cooking show, Best Recipes Ever.